Emerging Markets See Strength in Numbers for Data Distribution

Philippe Carré, global head of connectivity at SunGard Global Trading

Last week, emerging-market stocks hit a six-month low, after China announced that its non-manufacturing sector was growing at the slowest rate in over a year. Two days later, the stocks rallied by 1.8 percent—the biggest gain since January—on the back of renewed confidence that the European Central Bank would deliver a speedy resolution to the Eurozone crisis. The slump in western markets has been detrimental to growth in emerging markets, too.

Despite—or perhaps because of—this volatility, the

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