Emerging Markets/G7 FX Volatility Ratio Hits Highest Level Since Financial Crisis

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Are emerging markets really SUBmerging markets?

The emerging markets/G7 FX volatility ratio just hits highest level since 2008 and the global financial crisis.

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Time for Central Banks like the ECB to flex their monetary muscles!

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