Conjecture: Emerging Market Debt



In the latest Conjecture debate, our panelists from Insight Investment, Standard & Poor's and Western Asset discussed emerging market debt.

Click here to listen to the debate on demand Click here to become a member of Investment Week Conjecture   With the global economy in a state of flux, cautious investors are looking for ways to invest with less risk. Emerging market debt has held up relatively well during the recent market turbulence. The impact of interest rate hikes on bond yields may yet affect returns from emerging market debt, but the asset class remains a compelling investment opportunity.   The Emerging Market Debt panel includes: Colm McDonagh - Head of Emerging Market Debt, Insight Investment ...

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