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The EM Macro Risk Index (Fall 2016)

Here is the latest iteration of our semi-annual emerging market macro risk framework, using end-June 2016 data. By our comparative metrics, the highest-risk EM economies today on a fundamental basis are Venezuela, Ukraine, Egypt, Argentina and China, while the lowest risk are the Baltic states, Bulgaria, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The economies with the biggest uptick in risk over the past half-decade are Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kazakhstan and Argentina, and those with the most "de-risking" are once again the Baltic and Balkan states.

The EM Macro Risk Index (Fall 2016)

Monthly Chartbook

Our monthly guide to emerging markets by charts and data.

EM Monthly Chartbook (September 2016)

China Chartbook

Our monthly guide to China by charts and data.

China Monthly Chartbook (September 2016)

Annual Chartbook

Our annual guide to emerging markets by charts and data.

Annual EM Chartbook (Spring 2016 Edition)

Corporate Chartbook

Our semi-annual guide to EM listed corporate trends by charts and data.

EM Corporate Chartbook (Q2 2016 Edition)