8 min read 28 Jul 22
After an extremely disappointing opening half of 2022, we examine some of the factors that we think could drive an improved outlook for emerging market debt for the remainder of the year and into 2023. As the prices of many of the most vulnerable emerging market bond issuers are now quoted close to – and in some cases lower – than their expected recovery value, we think the opportunities to realise attractive investment returns in the asset class are rising.
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