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Back to February ’09 levels on the MSCI Emerging Markets vs. SPX

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We're back to February '09 levels on the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund ( EEM , quote ) vs. the SPDR S&P 500 ETF ( SPY , quote ) and touching the September 5th levels of 2012 when emerging markets went on a ferocious rally against SPY into year end.

As I always say, without China, emerging markets can't really rally against developed markets. As well, U.S. dollar strength is putting a hurt on emerging market currencies, exacerbating this condition.

Emerging markets have lost 11.5% vs. the SPX since January 2. Oversold, yes, but what do you do with a U.S. dollar that is going higher? Find out by watching Fast Money Tonight

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