NN IP's Marcin Adamczyk: 'Collision of forces' facing emerging market debt in 2022

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NN IP's Marcin Adamczyk

NN Investment Partners' head of emerging market debt, Marcin Adamczyk, has warned of a “collision of forces” facing emerging market debt in 2022, as consensus forecasts a “downbeat” year for the asset class.

Adamczyk noted that last year began well for emerging market fixed income, before US president Joe Biden's stimulus plan passed congress and pushed treasury rates higher. Then inflation started to take...

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