The rupee, rupiah, South African rand and Turkish lira, all among this year’s worst emerging markets currencies, combine for over a quarter of CEW’s weight.

On the more positive side of the ledge, Mexico is seen as less reliant on external financing than some other developing markets. Additionally, Malaysia’s third-quarter account surplus grew to $3.3 billion, according to Bloomberg.

Mexico’s peso and Malaysia’s ringgit combine for 13.5% of CEW’s weight.

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ETF Trends editorial team contributed to this post.