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Analysen 20.09.2016

Emerging market growth is bottoming out

Emerging market growth is bottoming out

In this video, Koon Chow, Emerging Market Fixed Income Strategist, shares some important developments in emerging markets, which are going to be supporting asset prices: the bottoming out of growth, the rebalancing in a number of the big economies and the helpful supply dynamics in corporate EM bonds.



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