After many years of stagnation, emerging markets finally witnessed a return to form in 2016. In what was a rampant period for equity markets in general, emerging world performance was nonetheless head and shoulders above a number of developed countries. Just as equities were able to shrug off political risk, so too did emerging market bonds emerge relatively unscathed from the election of a US president promising more aggressive trade policies.
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