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Emerging markets could lose bond lifeline

A number of central banks in developed markets have introduced negative interest rates, most recently Japan. Emerging markets are currently unpopular amongst international investors in the current economic climate, and despite offering high yields, the risks on their debt are seen as too high for many investors.

Feb 5, 2016 // 9:55PM

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