Moody's: Emerging-market currency volatility is temporary

02/7/2014 | Market News International

Currency volatility in emerging markets that has followed the Federal Reserve's stimulus tapering is a temporary consequence and will have minimal impact on sovereign credit, according to Moody's Investors Service. The reduction in bond buying will have varying effect on emerging markets because "they are not a homogeneous group", the credit rating agency says.

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