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Emerging-Market Bonds Extend Lead Over U.S. Corporate Debt

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"Emerging-market bonds, with returns four times those of U.S. corporate debt, are extending their lead on signs that developing nations are growing faster than the world’s biggest economies," according to Bloomberg. "Debt issued by emerging-market borrowers returned 11.3 percent this year through April 6, outpacing the 2.79 percent gains of U.S. company bonds, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch index data. Petroleos de Venezuela SA, the state oil producer known as PDVSA, returned 6.64 percent this month, driving emerging-market debt’s 0.09 percent gain, compared with a 0.39 percent loss for U.S. corporate bonds."
SOURCE:   Bloomberg