For Russia the risk lies not in Sunday’s election, but what comes after.
Russian growth slowed more than the market expected in the third quarter, supporting the argument for further rate cuts by the central bank.
In this in-depth Q&A, our panel of experts discuss the outlook for emerging market assets, from both a bonds and equities point of view.
Huw van Steenis discusses three of the big themes for investors at Schroders' recent Madrid event: coping with tech disruption, the end of QE and populism.
The Russian central bank cut its headline interest rate by 25bps, in line with expectations, but changed its outlook for the pace of future easing.
We have downgraded most of the BRIC economies as idiosyncratic stories deteriorate. China escapes unscathed, with a slowdown still expected later this year after a strong first quarter, as tighter policy bites.