With few higher-yielding alternatives available in today’s investing environment "drought," it is not surprising that there is strong demand for high-yield securities. In our view, the current economic environment should provide a highly beneficial climate for the high–yield fixed income asset class.Download White Paper
As the debate continues about how best to gain exposure to the emerging markets growth story, Aberdeen commissioned Yale University’s Martijn Cremers to carry out a study on locally-listed EM affiliates of multinationals.
In his study, Cremers found that the share price performance of these listed affiliates was vastly better than that of both emerging and developed markets broadly as well as their own local markets.Download the Reseach Paper
Read our 10 key characteristics of the Emerging Market Corporate Bond market that makes it an increasingly viable alternative for fixed income investors.Read More
Over the last decade investors globally have become more and more comfortable with the structural improvement in emerging markets. Equity markets and external bond markets have historically been the investment vehicles of choice, but now local emerging market bonds have been added to this list. Find out why emerging markets are so attractive, why now for local currency debt, and its key characteristics and risks.Read More
While Emerging Markets are becoming increasingly correlated to developed world economies, investors are turning to Frontier Markets for new opportunities. Find out why they present some of the world’s most dynamic growth opportunities and why Aberdeen’s equity process lends itself to a Frontier Markets strategy.Read More