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Today Russia, Sri Lanka. Tomorrow Who?

Emerging markets are under pressure from rising debt, slowing growth and soaring yields. Russia’s first-in-a-century external default, coming hard on the heels of Sri Lanka’s failure to pay, has contributed to the sense of impending crisis. Who might be next? Bloomberg Economics’ scorecard finds El Salvador, Ghana, Egypt, Tunisia and Pakistan to be the most vulnerable. 

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