WisdomTree Emerging Market Local Debt Fund
Improving Economies Make Strong Case for EM Local Debt
As the emerging market local debt assets (EBND) (ELD) continue to evolve and expand, investors are increasingly looking for opportunities in the space to enhance returns.
Expanding EM Horizon Provides Value Opportunities
With the addition of three new countries to the JPMorgan GBI-EM Global Diversified Index earlier this year, the EM local debt (FEMB) market continued its growth in 2017.
What’s Driving Emerging Markets Local Currency Debt?
During the past two decades, EM (emerging markets) local debt has evolved to become the largest and most liquid debt market within the emerging market bond space.
What Difference Does Index Inclusion Make?
Government bond yields in China are higher than its Asian counterparts such as South Korea and Singapore and much higher than major developed markets.
How Higher Inflows to China Could Impact Other Emerging Markets
With the onset of reforms, foreign holdings in China’s onshore bond (EMB) (PCY) market is gradually increasing.
Bond Market Reform Is a Priority for Policymakers
In the third and final phase of bond (EMB) reforms that began after 2015, the substantial activities of the market were open to global investors.
China’s Onshore Bond Market Reforms
China’s onshore bond market (EMB), consisting of locally denominated and issued bonds, is larger than the offshore bond market.
The Rally in Emerging Market Debt
Emerging markets’ nonfinancial corporate debt breached the $26 trillion mark in the first half of 2016.
Why ASEAN is so imporant to the China-Vietnam tensions
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (or ASEAN) is a political and economic organization of ten countries located in Southeast Asia. If ASEAN were a single entity, it would rank as the eighth largest economy in the world.