Avoiding correlation creep in emerging markets debt

The rise of emerging markets debt (EMD) into a mainstream asset class has, in our view, been broadly beneficial for investors. Not only does the asset class offer a unique source of income and exposure to some of the fastest-growing parts of the world, the addition of EMD to portfolios comprising developed-markets fixed income can offer useful diversification benefits.

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