Head of Emerging Markets Debt Relative
Outflows from the world’s largest passive emerging market debt ETF appear to be bottoming – is this an opportunity for investors?
A margin of safety has opened up for emerging market investors after recent selling, and history suggests a buying opportunity in emerging market debt (EMD) could be on the horizon.
Our economics, equities and debt teams share their views on Turkey, where the lira has fallen sharply and raised concerns about broader market contagion.
A solid global backdrop, improving fundamentals and relatively attractive income to drive continued, albeit more modest, gains in 2018 despite increased country divergence.
Schroders’ emerging market debt (EMD) relative team highlight the broadly positive fundamental outlook for emerging markets in 2017
2017 may prove a challenging year with consensus expecting a firm US dollar; however any change to this view could see a considerable rally and fundamentals for many emerging markets have improved.
Our panel of experts reflect on the revival seen in emerging markets this year, and discuss whether it is set to continue in 2017 in the wake of the recent US presidential election result.