Emerging Markets go from Cheap to Cheaper

by , 04 September 2018
Emerging Markets go from Cheap to Cheaper
Emerging market currencies are losing ground against the majors, giving international investors more “bang for their buck”. The latest bout of weakness comes on the back of CPI in Turkey spiking to 18% and PPI to 32.1%. International investors will not be rushing in just yet as they await a week full of data from emerging markets.
We expect volatility to increase as global markets grapple with, a possible Bad Brexit, ongoing Trade War negotiations and Italy’s budget woes.
  • Argentina pushes interest rates to 60% and its currency still weakened
  • US preliminary GDP should grow 4.2% quarter on quarter.
  • US unemployment approaching multi-decade lows
  • US Inflation ticking higher signalling interest rate hikes into year end
  • High correlation of the VIX and S&P500 signals investor complacency
The week ahead:
  • Local Data:  GDP Q2 (04/09); Current Account, Electricity Generated (06/09); Gold and FX Reserves, Reserve Bank Assets and Liabilities (07/09)
  • Results Due: CSB, MDI, RNG, RCL, SHG (28/08); AIP, BAU, GRT, MUR, NRP, NT1 (29/08); AVL, ASR, MST, OLG, RSG, SNT, TOR (30/08); BEL, CAT, GND, HYP, OMU, SCP (31/08)
  • LDT (03/09): SOLBE1, BIL, CLH, EMI, GFI, GLN, ITE, MPT, NED, NVS, RES, SOL, SHP, SBKP, SBPP, and YYLBEE, ITE (Special Dividends)
 
Other Economic data releases of interest…
  • Monday: US Market Closed (USA); Retail Sales (AUS); BOJ Gov Kuroda Speaks (JP); Manufacturing PMI (UK)
  • Tuesday: Cash Rate, RBA Rate Statement, RBA Gov Lowe Speaks (AUS); Inflation Report Hearings (UK); Manufacturing PMI (USA)
  • Wednesday: GDP (AUS); Trade Balance, BOC Rate Statement, Overnight Rate (CAN); Services PMI (UK)
  • Thursday: ADP Non-Farm Employment Change, Non-Manufacturing PMI, Crude Oil Inventories (USA); Trade Balance (AUS)
  • Friday: Unemployment Rate (CAN); Non-Farm Employment Change, Unemployment Rate (USA)


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