EMERGING MARKETS-Shares, currencies slide as China pains sap risk appetite

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* China, HK shares rise as big tech, property stocks rally* MSCI EMFX index drop 0.2%, shares down 0.1%* Russian rouble bucks gloom, up 0.5%Sept 28 (Reuters) - More evidence of slowing growth in China and rising U.S. Treasury yields further dented fragile risk sentiment on Tuesday although a rally in property stocks kept heavywieght Chinese shares buoyed.Profit growth at China’s industrial firms slowed for a sixth month data showed on Tuesday. Along with the likely default at Evrgrande - laden with $305 billion in debt - and an unfolding power crisis, investors were left contemplating the repercussions of slowing demand from the world’s second largest economy.“Concerns about near-term growth outlook in emerging markets refuse to go away,” said Natalia Gurushina, EM fixed income economist at VanEck.“It is still unclear ... (whether) China’s power crunch is easily “fixable” or reversible, but in the meantime it generates more concerns about the global supply chai
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