Strong investment case for China bonds
China’s inclusion into major bond indices is an exciting step for this asset class. We look at five reasons why this is an increasingly important a...
Jun 7, 2021
Rest of EMEA
Thursday, 8 July | 14h00 BST
We ask our panel of EM experts – spanning equities and fixed income – to shed light on the issues that matter to our clients right now. From inflation concerns to ESG dynamics; COVID-19 recovery rates to whether region-specific allocations make sense in EM, our panel will discuss the key areas of concern for investors.
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