Welcome to another edition of "Fixed Income Pulse Check." Our expert Daniel Rempfler, Head of Rates & Emerging Markets, sees great potential in emerging market bonds. Despite the challenging environment, he believes now is a good time to enter this asset class.

Expert Daniel Rempfler, Head of Rates & Emerging Markets, on the potential of bonds in emerging markets

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