Published by : M&G Investments
With only one issuer defaulting in the first quarter of 2017 (compared to eight in the same period 12 months ago), the emerging market (EM) corporate external bond asset class has until now met expectations that its default rate could be significantly lower in 2017.
Published:26 June 2017
Business Area: Emerging Markets
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