Emerging market debt will continue to perform well as an asset class because governments are boosting the amount of bonds they issue, Aberdeen Asset Management says.
Aberdeen head of emerging market debt Brett Diment said the ability of governments and companies in emerging markets to issue debt in their own currency was the “most encouraging trend” in the market....
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