BRICs Biggest Currency Depreciation Since 1998 to WorsenQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|The largest emerging markets, whose economies grew more than four-fold in the past decade, are making losers out of everyone from central bankers to Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) as their currencies post the biggest declines since at least 1998. Investors are fleeing the four biggest emerging markets, known as the BRICs, after Brazil's consumer default rate rose to the highest level since 2009, prices for Russian oil exports fell to an 18-month low, India's budget deficit widened and Chinese home prices slumped. Investors are bracing for more losses as economic growth slows.|
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