Emerging Markets Debt: Navigating A Shifting Landscape
Emerging Markets are rife with opportunity, but managing risks is critical.
From an uncertain global macro environment to trade tensions to geopolitical conflict, there are a number of risks facing emerging markets debt investors. But attractive opportunities continue to materialize across the EM spectrum, including in local currency, sovereign hard currency and corporate debt. The key to capitalizing on them is selectivity.
Emerging markets can offer a potential yield premium versus developed market debt.
Challenges will persist, but not all countries and companies will be equally impacted.
Volatility often leads to price dislocation, creating value opportunities for investors.
EM Debt: Opportunities in a Riskier World
Emerging market fundamentals remain strong and continue to provide opportunities despite risks in developed markets that raise cautionary flags.
Emerging Markets Debt: An Early Spring?
Ricardo Adrogue, Head of Global Sovereign Debt and Currencies discusses the Barings' team's increasingly positive view on the outlook for emerging markets debt.
ESG Engagement in Sovereign Debt: Key Questions That Must be Asked
When it comes to emerging markets sovereign debt, successful engagement often comes from asking the right questions and monitoring the right metrics.
Emerging Markets Debt: Springtime in January?
With the inflation and geopolitical fogs around the world dissipating, and a monetary policy pivot potentially in the cards, 2023 is shaping up to be a promising year for emerging markets debt.
2023 Outlook: Public & Private Credit
In this roundtable discussion, our credit market experts across public and private markets describe how they’re navigating today’s more challenging backdrop and where they’re turning to find strong, risk-adjusted returns.
EM Debt: Uncovering Opportunities in a Market Rife with Risk
With a number of risks facing emerging markets today, capital allocation is difficult and often a function of an investor’s appetite—but opportunities do still exist.
The I's of the Storm: Interest Rates, Inflation & the IMF
Could the market be wrong on inflation? Is China more of a drag on the global economy than commonly perceived? And how can investors navigate this extremely difficult macro backdrop? Ricardo Adrogue answers these questions and more in the latest episode of Streaming Income.
EM Debt: Finding Fundamental Value Amid a Challenging Backdrop
While challenges remain for EM debt, technicals, in some cases, have caused market prices to overshoot their fundamental value to the downside—creating opportunities for active, bottom-up managers.