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The recent reversal in developed markets interest rates provides a case study of how changing rate expectations impact emerging markets bonds, with local currency bonds showing surprising resilience.
The shift towards lower interest rates globally may help lift EMFX versus the U.S. dollar and, we believe, creates an attractive environment for emerging markets bonds.
Relative to the U.S., emerging markets corporate bond markets are exhibiting healthier and improving credit metrics and, we believe, a potentially attractive risk/reward tradeoff in the high yield space.
China’s growing representation in global bond and equity benchmarks will create more opportunities for investors to gain exposure to China’s onshore markets.
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
Pemex and Fallen Angels in Emerging Markets
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