Emerging-Market Stock Rebound Mitigates Worst Start Since CrisisBy and
Ruble, ringgit lead currencies to best week since October
Mexico, South Korea to fare better: Charles Schwab's Kleintop
Emerging-market stocks advanced for a second week, trimming their worst start to a year since the 2008 financial crisis, as Bank of Japan’s negative interest-rate strategy added to confidence that major central banks remain supportive of growth. Currencies rose the most since October during the five days.
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