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The financial linkage between Europe and emerging markets
The following graph will offer you some clue:
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Link to the article at the BIS.
When debt contagion arrives…
Now it looks like no matter what Europeans are trying to do, and how many summits politicians rush to put together, things just keep getting worse.
If PIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain) were to ‘fly ‘, and debt contagion were to spread, and Europe’s Lehman moment finally to arrive, you probably want to at least have a slightest hint of where the next domino is likely to fall. That’s the purpose of this short post.
The following four charts are from researchers at BIS, including my former Brandeis teacher Steve Cecchetti. I suggest that everybody take a minimum of five minutes going through these tables. For nerds like me, I stick them on the wall in my office.
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