Emerging Markets Fixed Income Outlook – 2021
Posted: Monday, February 8, 2021

Despite a rollercoaster year, emerging markets (EM) credit was relatively resilient, ending 2020 with positive returns for all three major EM bond indexes: The J.P. Morgan Emerging Markets Bond Index Global Diversified (U.S. dollar-denominated EM sovereigns) posted returns of 5.26%, the J.P. Morgan Corporate Emerging Markets Bond Index Broad Diversified (dollar-denominated EM corporates) generated 7.13%, and EM local currency (as measured by the J.P. Morgan Global Bond Index Emerging Markets Global Diversified) delivered 2.69%. Notably, all the stimulus and policy measures, slashed interest rates and trillions in asset purchases by governments and central banks around the world have helped the global economy rebound from the COVID-19 lockdowns. Concurrently, EM countries have made progress in combatting the public health and economic impacts of the pandemic in a variety of ways.

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