Investing in EM corporate bonds for income and diversification

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By January 6, 2021 16:00

Investing in EM corporate bonds for income and diversification

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Investing in EM corporate bonds for income and diversification 

In asset allocation, emerging market (EM) corporate bonds can be used to help investors achieve a range of objectives, in a range of market environments. In this discussion we focus on some of the characteristics EM corporates can bring to a portfolio, including:

  • A large and expanding opportunity set
  • A history of attractive returns with lower volatility than equities or high yield credit
  • A history of relative resilience during market shocks
  • A way to access emerging markets without direct exposure to EM currency risk
  • Lower interest-rate sensitivity than that of developed-market government bonds
  • A spectrum of credit profiles, with issuers ranging from risky high yield to strong investment grade
  • Potential diversification benefits when combined with developed-market assets

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