Revised FX forecasts for emerging markets

Claire Hogarth04/Nov/2014Currency Updates

Emerging market currencies can be difficult to navigate and prone to sudden change.

The recent bout of market volatility has not been focused on emerging market currencies, but the resulting risk aversion has caused drops in some. Particularly affected are those that score high in the framework that we use to ascertain currency market volatility:

  • High and persistent current account deficit.
  • Dependence on fickle portfolio flows.
  • Size of FX reserves.
  • Banking system stability.

Ebury helps many organisations mitigate the risks involved in working with emerging market currencies, from large corporates to SMEs, NGOs and Charities so we’re familiar with the challenges faced. In depth market insight is crucial in managing your exposure to these markets and this is where Ebury excels.

We have put together a report on the 16 main emerging market currencies, divided by continent. This covers their economic stance, outlook and our rate forecasts up until the end of 2015.

Download the emerging markets FX report

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Written by Claire Hogarth

Marketing Executive at Ebury. English Literature graduate from the University of York and a motivated professional.