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Eurizon AM – Webinar – Emerging Market Debt Local Currency: “the good, the bad and the ugly”

30 April 2020 - 10:30 - 11:00

Webinar – Emerging Market Debt Local Currency: “the good, the bad and the ugly”

The safety flight into US dollars comes without surprise, especially with the verdict not being out about the economic and human impact of the COVID-19 virus. This feeds the old argument for investors to stay clear of local currency emerging market bonds during a crisis. However, currencies can go both ways, as investors have experienced in the past. Getting the currency right is not for the faint hearted and depends upon making the right macro calls most of the time, not only for the emerging markets but also for the US dollar and the other developed market economies of the world.
The Eurizon SLJ team is no stranger to this challenge with their competitively performing Eurizon Fund SLJ Local Emerging Markets Debt*. Led by Stephen Li Jen, one of the most well-respected global economists, the global macro analysis forms the basis for the scenario and risk budgeting within the fund. Despite a weaker global economy forecast and with EM Bonds local currency spreads trading at historically high levels versus USD denominated EM paper, numerous opportunities are emerging!. Choosing between the “good, bad and the ugly” is at the core of our analysis of the inter-dependency of these various economies and currencies.

This webinar held by Yasmin Ravai, Senior Portofolio Manager,  offers you the chance to fully understand the opportunity raised within the Emerging Market Debt Local Currency Bond market and to evaluete the investment approach of our team.

Webinar information
Date: Thursday 30th April 2020
Time: 9:30 UK / 10:30 CET / 16:30 HKT
Duration: 30 minutes plus 15 minutes Q&A

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Date:
30 April 2020
Time:
10:30 - 11:00
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Website:
https://ccwebcast.eu/links/eurizon200430/indexl.html

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Eurizon Asset Management
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