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Like most credit oriented sectors, emerging markets high yield corporate bonds have rallied in recent months, and we believe an attractive opportunity remains in this asset class.
We expect EMFX to be the dominant driver of returns for the remainder of the year, and although further volatility is expected, we believe there is a strategic case for an EMFX recovery.
A transformation is underway in fixed income, driven by the rise of electronic bond trading. Here’s a look at how the market structure is evolving and the potential impact on emerging markets bonds.
Emerging markets corporate high yield bond spreads continue to stand out following the March-April selloff, while the yield pickup compared to U.S. high yield corporate bonds remains wide.
Attractive Spreads in Emerging Markets High Yield
Emerging Markets Debt: A Diversification Play
IMF 2019 Fall Meetings: Storm Clouds over DC
China’s Index Entry Signals New Phase for Emerging Markets Debt
EM Local Currency Bonds as a Portfolio Stabilizer
EM Bonds: A Winner in the Race to Cut Rates?
High Yield Shines Among EM Corporate Bonds
Equity Income in Today’s Market
Targeting Opportunities in China
EMFX Reflects Emerging Markets Diversity
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