Eaton Vance proactive management of emerging markets debt goes beyond the constraints of common active and passive approaches. We outline our process — refined over three decades — for seeking alpha in the sector for clients.
Attractive yields and cheap currencies make the sector stand out
Emerging market (EM) equities have rebounded by more than 40% from the lows reached in March, due in large part to the tremendous monetary and fiscal stimulus in both developed and EM countries. While we all await clarity on a second wave of COVID-19, the timing of vaccine development, and the outcome of the US election, we’d like to discuss five questions that are shaping our thoughts at State Street Global Advisors on EM equities right now.
In this Q&A, Brad Godfrey, CFA, institutional portfolio manager and director of alternative & asset allocation strategies, discusses the recent performance and outlook for emerging-market debt (EMD), paying particular attention to how the pandemic has affected the asset class and where the EMD team sees opportunity across the market.
In this Q&A, Mike O’Brien, Director of Global Trading, offers his insights into how the trading desk seeks to add alpha to the investment process.