The sell-off in bonds in 2022 has created a compelling case to pick up certain assets at attractive prices, with wider spreads potentially cushioning further rate rises, according to M&G Investments.
The decision follows hot on the heels of the closure of the ASI Short Duration Credit Fund.
FSA spoke with Cosmo Zhang, research analyst, Vontobel Asset Management at the Fund Selector Asia Investment Forum Hong Kong.
FSA compares two fixed income products: the Neuberger Berman Emerging Market Debt Hard Currency Fund and the Pictet Global Emerging Debt Fund.
This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two emerging market bond products: the Capital Group Emerging Markets Debt Fund and the Pimco Emerging Markets Bond Fund.
Valuations of high yield emerging market sovereign and corporate bonds are still attractive despite significant spread tightening, according to the UK asset manager.
Strong growth in emerging markets could leave EMD well placed to pick up again in 2019, according to Franklin Templeton.
Fabrizio Palmucci, the firm’s product specialist for fixed income and multi-asset, explains how the strong US dollar is influencing EM debt opportunities.
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Despite the sell-off in emerging market debt that started at the end of April, the current environment is still resilient, according to Raoul Luttik, senior portfolio manager at Neuberger Berman.