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PineBridge Investments: Q&A - Emerging Market Corporate Debt: Where We Stand Now

The wake of the global financial crisis has upended markets for emerging market (EM) corporate fixed-income securities. 

Negotiating departure from the EU

Nearly nine months on from Britain’s vote to leave the  European Union, Theresa May has now triggered Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon by formally notifying the European Council of its intention to leave. 

Sarasin & Partners: Learning to live with the politicians

The 'populist' political agenda of recent months has been unexpectedly kind to equity markets. With Article 50 now formally triggered, what does this mean for UK and global investors?

PineBridge: Why US Protectionism Will Not Quash Opportunities in Asia ex Japan Equities

A large opportunity set, increasingly supportive valuations, and trends in technology and demographics make Asia ex Japan equities an attractive asset class within an emerging markets allocation.

Dragon Capital: Update on Vietnam's Debt Markets

Many investors still think of Vietnam as it was in 2008-2011, with high and volatile inflation and interest rates, and a weak currency. This view is, however, probably unfair. 

Payden & Rygel - Asset Allocation in Emerging Markets: The Case for EM Debt

The case for investing in emerging markets (EM) has grown over time, as the weight of EM within the global economy has surged.

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