Impact on Unwinding QE on the Emerging Markets

Impact on Unwinding QE on the Emerging Markets

Sharmila walks through the impact of the financial crisis on emerging markets and how unwinding quantitative easing could disrupt economic growth in the EM6 nations.
Overview

The effect of the 2008 crisis on emerging markets (EM) was not as severe as one might think. Markets did not collapse although Asian economies did experience a hit to exports and capital flows. The unwinding of Quantitative Easing and normalisation of monetary policy have major implications for emerging economies.

Key learning objectives:

  • The crisis’ effect on emerging markets

  • How emerging markets responded to Quantitative Easing

  • Future monetary policy’s implications

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Sharmila Whelan

Sharmila Whelan

Sharmila is Deputy Chief Economist of Asionomics Group. A top ranked Asain economist with over 20 years experience analysing Asian economies and policy makers.

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