Understand emerging markets opportunities and the American Century advantage.
Emerging market debt (EMD) is a large, diverse, and complex asset class with divergent return drivers, risks, and credit profiles that behave differently in various markets. But the performance of the popular EMD benchmarks does not typically reflect this diversity.
Tracking those benchmarks also may inhibit performance potential, particularly as volatility returns to the financial markets. We believe an unconstrained approach will deliver better risk-adjusted performance than a traditional index-based investment strategy.
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Global Fixed Income
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