Emerging Market Currencies Have Tailwinds
Editor's Note: This content was originally published on Benzinga.com by The ETF Professor Benzinga Staff Writer. Even with a spate of interest rate cuts throughout the developing world in 2012 investors embraced bonds denominated in emerging markets currencies. Despite slack performances by major emerging markets currencies such as the Brazilian real and the South African rand 2012 was a sturdy year for developing world currencies a trend that could continue this year in the eyes of one portfolio manager. With the stage set for 2013 to be another year full of monetary easing by developed world central banks emerging ...
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