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Accelerated consumption trends in industries such as healthcare, e-commerce and education make these the most attractive opportunities across emerging markets in our view.
In the ongoing debate between emerging markets vs. developed, we examine growth drivers and valuations to assess which is more compelling for global investors now and why.
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.
Emerging markets companies like Reliance Industries are front and center in digital disruption, and recent investments in the company play neatly into our original thesis.
At current valuations, we expect that emerging markets local currency bond returns will primarily be driven by currencies for the remainder of the year.