Emerging Stocks Fall With Dollar as Turkish Shares Sink

Emerging-market equities headed for the longest slide since 1990 as China’s imports slumped, while the dollar retreated and European stocks fluctuated. Turkish shares plunged and the lira fell to a record after voters denied the ruling party a majority government. JPMorgan Chase Bank Global Strategist Patrik Schowitz and Alvine Capital Management Chairman Stephen Isaacs discuss with Jonathan Ferro on “On The move.”

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