Hungary, Brazil, Indonesia and Apple’s iPhone 4 in China

In this week’s podcast: The IMF’s thumbs down for Hungary; the surprisingly small rate hike in Brazil; Indonesia’s potential bubble; Apple’s iPhone 4 exchanging hands in China for inflated rates

Presented by Josh Noble and joined in the studio by Stefan Wagstyl, the FT’s emerging markets editor.

Contributors: On the line live from Budapest, Chris Bryant, the FT’s eastern Europe correspondent, Anthony Deutsch, the FT’s correspondent in Jakarta and in a pre-recorded interview the FT’s Latin America editor John-Paul Rathbone.

Produced by LJ Filotrani