EMERGING MARKETS ISHARES FALL TO TWO-MONTH LOW -- MOST OF THE SELLING IS COMING FROM ASIA, AND TAIWAN IN PARTICULAR

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EMERGING MARKETS ISHARES FALL TO TWO-MONTH LOW... The recent rotation out of technology stocks may be taking a toll on emerging markets which are heavily exposed to that sector. Chart 1 shows

Emerging Markets iShares (EEM) falling below its 50-day average to the lowest level in two months. And it's been falling in heavy trading. Most of that selling is coming from Asian...

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