Behind Emerging Markets' Malaise
After a long climb, emerging-market stocks have taken a startling tumble. On May 22, the Morgan Stanley Capital International Emerging Markets index fell for a 10th straight day, its longest skid since August, 1998. In India, the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index finished down 4.2%, recovering from an early 10% plunge that shut down trading for an hour.
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