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  • Breaking through in the Balkans: The improving investment case for Serbia’s local currency debt download

    White papers 30 August 2018

    In this paper, Eaton Vance’s Global Income team explains why they believe the investment case for Serbia’s local currency debt is one of the most attractive in the emerging-markets and frontier universe today.

  • Monthly Market Monitor: May 2018 download

    White papers 1 May 2018

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts.

  • High Yield Fundamentals Positive, But Market Susceptible To Shifts In Sentiment download

    White papers 1 April 2018

    The pickup in market volatility in the first two months of 2018 as fears about inflation, valuation levels and diminishing central bank largesse took their toll on investor sentiment has led some investment professionals to warn that the stage is now set for a protracted correction in credit risk premia.

  • Monthly Market Monitor: April 2018 download

    White papers 31 March 2018

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts.

  • Monthly Market Monitor: January 2018 download

    White papers 15 January 2018

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts.

  • Investors may need to lower return expectations in wake of Brexit download

    White papers 15 July 2016

    The historic Brexit vote on June 23 sent shockwaves through the capital markets and sparked a global flight to quality in fixed-income sectors, as investors reacted to new political and economic uncertainty.

  • Monetary policy: Too much of a good thing?

    White papers 13 July 2016

    Many assets are back to their pre-Brexit highs following the market volatility right after the “Leave” vote won on June 23. While some such as the British pound and European bank stocks are notably lower, many other “risk” markets, including equities, credit and emerging-market assets, are at – or above – their levels from before the Brexit vote.