Until this week, European emerging markets had largely dodged the vicious selloff that has swept through their peers elsewhere. Now, they are showing cracks . The Hungarian forint took a heavy blow early Thursday, dropping as much as 1% against the dollar. The Polish zloty and the Czech koruna also stumbled. The currencies clawed back some ground late in the day, but analysts cited Thursday’s gyrations as a sign that the market’s fear of investments seen as risky is broad. Whether bouts of weakness in such countries persist will be a barometer of wider emerging-market strains. The turmoil in emerging markets also has spilled over to stock funds. Emerging-market stock exchange-traded funds saw their second-biggest withdrawal on record last week. The ETFs had $2.7 billion in net outflows in the week ended Jan. 29, according to Lipper, the largest one-week outflow since February 2011. Some $2.5 billion flowed out […]