Strong external payments positions provide a cushion to abrupt changes in capital flows, Low government and foreign-currency debt reduces exposure to market volatility, Sovereigns with moderately high foreign-currency debt have managed well their exposures and All economies are vulnerable to slower growth in China, tepid recovery in the US and EU
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Related Research and Methodologies
Press Release: Moody’s: Recent emerging market volatility is a reminder of Asia’s external exposures, 26 March 2014
Special Comment: External Vulnerabilities, Exposures, Mitigants and Credit Supports, 25 March 2014 A complete list of Moody’s methodologies may be found here.