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Emerging market debt - Trends
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All was not gloomy throughout financial markets around the world last year. NASDAQ posted its largest point gain of the new millenium. However, investment was especially heavy in emerging markets, the financial markets of developing countries, including Brazil, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia and 30 others. http://www.nasdaq.com/aspx/stock-market-news-story.aspx?storyid=201001051653dowj… Emerging- market bonds overall have proved very good, though volatile, investments. Investors have endured some stomach-churning drops during the crises, but someone who held a broad basket of those bonds in a mutual fund, which reduces ...
Some of the holdings seem respectable, like Russia and Brazil. Others, like long-term Mexican (due 2031!), Turkish (due 2036!), or Pakistani debt, not so much. In the heady days of fall 2007, shortly after it was introduced, PCY hit its all time high of 26.28, when it was yielding (current yields) roughly 6.4%. Interestingly, it bottomed in October 2008 - months before U.S. equities bottomed - at 14.24, when it yielded 11%. It now trades at 25 to yield, once again, 6.5%. The debt owned by PCY is pretty long term - effective duration 7.31 years. This means that an increase in yields on ... Read More
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