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EMs’ year ahead – time to pick up a few gems as the steam roller passes by

In our annual outlook for global emerging markets, we highlight those EMs most vulnerable to weak global demand and a strong dollar in 2023. Better news is that tail risks associated with very high import prices will fade; and we show which economies and markets stand to benefit most from falling inflation, ahead-of-the-curve policies and any resumption in capital inflows. Finally, we assess implications of global policy impotence to deal with this wave of sovereign distress.

Gabriel Sterne

Head of Strategy Service & Global EM Research

Private: Gabriel Sterne

Head of Strategy Service & Global EM Research

London, United Kingdom

Lucila Bonilla

Economist

Private: Lucila Bonilla

Economist

London, United Kingdom

Lucila holds a BA in Economics and graduated recently with a master’s degree in Economics of Public Policy at the Barcelona School of Economics. Her research focuses on emerging markets macro. She joined Oxford Economics recently after working at one of LatAm’s top economic think-tanks and several international organisations (ECLAC, UNDP, OECD).

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