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Developed market interest rates have dropped significantly so far this year, while in the emerging markets, many central banks are pursuing monetary policies that are aligned with local conditions.
A downgrade of Mexico’s Pemex to junk status could substantially impact the emerging markets high yield bond market. A look at previous emerging markets fallen angels may provide insight into what this may mean for investors.
With virtually no overlap with U.S. high yield corporate benchmarks, we believe emerging markets high yield corporate bonds can offer differentiated exposure within a fixed income portfolio.
A pause or reversal in U.S. dollar strength may favor emerging markets local currency bonds, which are already at historically low valuations against the U.S. dollar.
Within the emerging markets bonds universe, different markets may present distinct operational and regulatory complexities. ETFs may offer a simple, cost-effective way to gain exposure to these 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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