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The hard nuts of emerging market bonds

The hard nuts of emerging market bonds

In this week's number crunch, our Group Ratings research shows who is leading the way hard currency emerging market bonds.  

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 1.7% (31 July 2014 - 31 July 2015)
Total Return
1 of 24

10.0%

2 of 24

9.4%

3 of 24

9.4%

4 of 24

4.0%

4 of 24

4.0%

6 of 24

3.0%

7 of 24

1.9%

7 of 24

1.9%

7 of 24

1.9%

10 of 24

1.1%

11 of 24

0.6%

12 of 24

0.4%

12 of 24

0.4%

14 of 24

0.3%

15 of 24

0.2%

15 of 24

0.2%

17 of 24

-0.3%

17 of 24

-0.3%

19 of 24

-0.8%

20 of 24

-1.0%

21 of 24

-1.0%

22 of 24

-1.4%

23 of 24

-1.6%

24 of 24

-3.1%

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