Currency storm that caught first the forming markets, then began to spread around the world. It has been exerted pressure on the assessment of liquidity, in some cases intertwined with the economic and political spheres. However, in spite of the powerful blow to investors, the wave also left new investment opportunities for today and in the future.


There was a difficult situation in economic markets, small businesses suffered from reduced of global demand and inflated prices in the international market of raw materials. Now they are in the situation of global low demand, the crisis in China has influenced to Europe and Japan. Raw materials exporters have felt the sharp decline in profits.


Developing economies should not hope for a political scenario, so they need to use their internal currency reserves that have accumulated over the years. They can not rely on financial instruments, as their current opportunity to get out the total recession is extremely limited. This is especially important for countries that have the largest impact on the market indexes (Brazil, Turkey, Russia): political adjustments introduced in time, as a combination of fiscal solutions and put forward to increase the structural reforms slowed down here unregulated political environment. The outflow of foreign investment only focuses attention on complexity of the problem. Experts believe that in the long term, investors will go through the asset classes in the not very expensive price levels. This is particularly likely that it can be in case with emerging market currencies, local importance bonds and external debt, their patience will not be in vain.

Source: www.ft.com