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Liquidity profile of emerging market corporates has improved globally, but regional differences abound
April 24th 2019 (6.43mins)
Annalisa DiChiara
In this podcast, Brian Grieser and Annalisa Di Chiara, both Vice President for the Corporate Finance Risk Group, discuss the findings of Moody’s Emerging Market Liquidity Stress Indicator (LSI). The LSI highlights that though liquidity has improved among emerging market corporates globally, Emerging APAC’s LSI is distinctly weaker from that of Latin America and Emerging Europe, and Brian and Annalisa assess the factors behind this divergence. ​
Global Emerging markets: Inaugural Emerging Market Liquidity Stress Indicator for March 2019
EM LSI reading reflects weak liquidity in Emerging APAC LSI (39.1%) and the stronger liquidity of companies in the Emerging Europe LSI (2.9%) and Emerging Latin America LSI (8.5%).​