Although the asset management industry treats emerging markets as a single entity, those countries that comprise the grouping continue to move in different directions, a trend that is almost sure to define 2015.
Alix Stewart examines the outlook for UK corporate bonds in 2015 and reveals where she is seeing opportunities.
The Fed's unusual mention of dollar strength yesterday may fuel a rebound in emerging market debt sentiment. After the dollar posted the sixth largest quarterly gain in the dollar index in 34 years, emerging currencies which were faltering at interest rate hike prospects, may now gain much needed traction.
In the second part of our new series of videos looking at the market climate, Co-Head of Fixed Income, Philippe Lespinard discusses the outlook for global bonds.
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