The desperate search for yield and a desire to invest outside of the UK and Europe post-Brexit has boosted flows into emerging market debt (EMD) this year.
In the run-up to the EU referendum in June, flows into EMD funds reached a weekly record of $3.42bn globally for the week ending 6 June, according to data provider EPFR Global. Meanwhile, following...
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