Why emerging market high yield debt will rally as defaults increase

Pandemic throwing up more surprises

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Dmitry Griko of EG Capital Advisors
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Dmitry Griko of EG Capital Advisors

When selecting where to invest, one cannot take an overly simplistic view of the markets and individual securities. Unfortunately, this has been especially prevalent since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

Private investors flocked into supermarket stocks in March as the newspapers were filled with reports of panic buying and enormous queues. Yet increased costs and higher sales of lower-margin products...

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