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The Worst Amongst Fragile Emerging Markets
Sep 17, 2018

If you are wondering whether the markets could be on sale anytime soon, the question is not whether but when.

Cratering currencies, rising oil prices and rising interest rates. Global investors couldn't have asked for more excuses to pull their money out of the so-called fragile merging markets. India is certainly one amongst them.

But if investors were to rank countries based on their debt levels or even the level of forex debt, India would literally appear to be the safest haven.

Unlike China and Brazil, India's debt to GDP has hardly gone up in the past decade. And its amongst the least exposed to forex debt.

What that tells you is that while the correction is imminent, India may be the first amongst emerging markets to see a sharp recovery too.

Data source: New York Times

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