BIS - Quarterly Review

Worries about the economic outlook and related uncertainties gained prominence over the summer months, the Bank for International Settlements states in its latest Quarterly Review.

"With weaker macroeconomic conditions thus moving more clearly into focus, equity prices declined and emerging market spreads increased, although to varying degrees across different countries and regions," the reports says.

The review charts the period from the end of May to the end of August.

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