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The J.P. Morgan Government Bond Index-Emerging Markets Global Core Index (GBIEMCOR) is a comprehensive Emerging Markets debt benchmark that tracks local currency bonds issued by Emerging Market governments.
Underlying IndexThe J.P. Morgan GBI-EMG Core Index (GBIEMCOR)
Index componentsThe index comprises local currency bonds issued by emerging market governments.
Components eligible for inclusion
Index ProviderJ.P. Morgan
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Yield to Worst
Yield to Maturity
Effective Duration (yrs)
Years to Maturity
Modified Duration (yrs)
Source: Bloomberg. Rating is a proprietary composite of various rating agencies. A bond must be rated by two or more rating agencies to receive a composite rating; otherwise it is classified as Not Rated.
Average Maturity: 7.21 Years