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Blithe spirit

3 September 2014 By Swaha Pattanaik

A growing portion of emerging market debt is being denominated in euros. Borrowers like the alternative to a rising dollar. Euro zone investors get higher yields and lose currency risk. But the euro-EM market is still relatively small and illiquid. That could become a problem.

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