Six problems were considered. MISG was a resounding success with good progress made on each of the problems.
Occasional bouts of volatility in EM fixed income only reinforce this perception.
There will be no major bond index implications from recent US sanctions against Venezuela. Kenya has to vote again as the Judiciary asserts itself.
Ceviche just got dearer in Peru. Indian growth disappointed in Q2The forest and the trees Weekly investor research 29 August Markets tend to focus on very immediate events and sometimes miss the big picture.
Will the next few years in global financial markets offer a mirror image of the performance of the period? EM growth is strong with more to come Weekly investor research 21 August EM is growing faster than expected.
This outperformance coincides with more positive sentiment towards the asset class among foreign investors. This may well be a causal relationship: Market Commentary 16 August Quantitative Easing QE was the largest and most distortionary intervention ever made in global bond markets and it particularly favoured US markets.
The Dollar rallied sharply as capital flowed into the US, but the Dollar eventually got expensive and investors got saturated. As the Fed began to tighten policy the QE tsunami began Fire and fury or geopolitical flatulence?
Weekly investor research 14 August The Global Backdrop section explains why the Trump-Kim Jong-un verbal slugfest is an opportunity to buy completely unrelated assets at a discount. Back in black for EM FX reserves Weekly investor research 07 August In aggregate EM FX reserves have declined in recent years, but this was caused by the fall in reserves in a small number of countries.
In the vast majority of EM countries reserve levels have continued to rise despite lower commodity prices, a stronger Dollar, capital flight and Fed hikes.
Reserves are now showing signs of stabilising The EM fixed income universe version 6.
The report provides an overview of bond markets in EM countries and 26 developed economies. This significantly reduces the risk associated with investing in Emerging Markets EM local bond markets, in our view.
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