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Trump’s surprise victory extended October’s
pullback in emerging markets bonds. Even so, the asset class continues to offer
The idea of investing in attractively priced quality companies remains a long-term strategy despite the short-term impact of the U.S. presidential election.
CEO Jan van
Eck analyses the strong reaction that emerging markets had to Trump’s November
8 presidential win, and outlines key considerations for equity and bond
Our view on the long-term gold
price is unchanged. Investors will continue to be driven to gold as a safe
haven given the further loss of confidence in central banks, and the
uncertainty following Trump’s presidential victory.
All sectors of emerging markets debt produced positive returns in September, supported by accommodative monetary policies and contained inflation.
Monetary policies and
fundamentals may explain investors' renewed interest in emerging markets debt.
rally in emerging markets debt continued in July. The asset class experienced record-breaking
weekly inflows, as investors took geopolitical events in stride and the global
search for yield intensified.