Emerging Market bonds have benefited from global credit spread tightening
Tunisia may have won an IMF loan earlier this year, but this comes with conditions that may prove too onerous
This decade is likely to herald the coming of age of emerging market bonds as logical recipients of global capital
Agustín Carstens, Mexico
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan tells Emerging Markets about his country's plans to allow more competition from foreign banks
The co-CEO of corporate and investment banking at tells Emerging Markets about the winners and losers from the post-crisis revamp
A survey of investors in emerging markets shows that risk sentiment deteriorated sharply and the bias is strongly bearish
Debt levels are still too high and some are rising again. Equities and bonds sell at dangerously high prices. The conditions required for another crisis are with us.
Andrew Smithers, Economist
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