Nov.25 -- Emerging-market stocks rose for the first time in three days as a pause in the dollar’s rally revived demand for higher-yielding assets. A gauge of developing-nation shares extended a weekly gain, led by India, China and Thailand. An index of mainland shares traded in Hong Kong headed for its best week since July. India’s rupee rallied after dropping to a record on Thursday. Turkey’s lira fell for a fourth day, reaching an all-time low. A surge in the dollar on the prospect of higher Federal Reserve interest rates has sapped demand for riskier assets this month. Standard Advisory London Head of FX Strategy Steven Barrow discusses with Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."