In today’s world, a dedicated allocation to EM Debt is even more important

Arif Joshi  |  Lazard Asset Management  |  01 March 2022

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is rattling global financial markets. Part of Russia’s capital structure has become uninvestable and Eastern European assets have had significant sell offs despite their balance sheet fundamentals being significantly better. The outlook is positive for many emerging market economies, as growth continues to rebound. Indeed, in 2022, emerging markets are poised to outperform the developed world, as Western policymakers tighten monetary policy and withdraw fiscal stimulus. From an investment perspective, emerging market debt i...

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