Stocks in Emerging Markets diverge

Due to recent inaction by the Bank of Japan (BOJ), stocks in emerging markets have been pulled in opposite directions.

The BOJ neglected to expand monetary stimulus on Thursday despite market expectations of such action, which weighed heavily on Asian markets.

Meanwhile, South Africa's rand and Turkey's lira traded at relatively flat while Hungary's forint strengthened 0.2 per cent against the Euro.


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