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Local and hard currency have unique advantages and drawbacks. Learn what risks each of them pose and maintain a profitable currency investment portfolio.
A complex political & economic entity and major creditor, China continues to have big influence on the dynamics and challenges of emerging markets.
Since the Trump administration, the on and off tariff threats made to Mexico cause economic uncertainty which both domestic and global investors must face.
More emerging-markets fixed-income investors have been considering environmental, social, and governance factors when diversifying their investment portfolio.
Investing in emerging markets comes with the vicissitude of geopolitical factors, but a data-driven allocation strategy can help reduce some of the risks.
Being open-minded while investing selectively in regions with favorable risk-reward profiles is the key to long-term profitability and minimized volatility.
Bond trading has been notoriously resistant to the onslaught of digital transformation. However, in 2018, the fixed income industry’s defenses are down, and we’re beginning to see exciting new technological developments seeping in.
When it comes to emerging markets, you need to be aggressive to get more compensation for your risk. Look for value, such as with well-priced domestic high-yield bonds which prevent you from not getting paid for a still present risk.
At the top of 2018, HSBC predicted the year would see a theme of trading and reporting mechanisms converge across the fixed income and equity trading markets. One of the main drivers of this convergence was set to be the second version of the EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive - better known as MiFID II - which came into force in January 2018.