Published by : Eaton Vance
This paper from Eaton Vance considers EM economies and their capital markets, and their strategic significance for institutional investors.
While EM economies today account for around 58% of GDP, and their aggregate growth rate remains ahead of that for advanced economies, their significance cannot be downplayed.
However, what many investors don't know, is that emerging-market debt investing does not need to be as volatile as previously thought. The pros and cons of different allocation approaches to this asset class are examined in this report.
Published:20 March 2017
Business Area: Emerging Markets
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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