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Emerging Markets Local Currency Bonds: Reducing Risk and Improving Returns in a Global Fixed Income Portfolio

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Thu, 25 Oct 2012

Why Buy EM Local Currency Bonds? Emerging market (EM) local currency bonds broaden the scope for income generation and risk diversification in a global fixed income portfolio. The asset class offers a unique opportunity to access higher income and potential for capital appreciation through a basket

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