Strategy Update: Emerging Markets Debt

August 11, 2016 | ,

Given the heightened volatility in financial markets over the past year from the shale crisis to Brexit, investors are rightly concerned about emerging markets debt (“EMD”) allocations. This strategy update examines key fundamentals of emerging markets debt and identifies reasons to retain this asset class in portfolios.

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