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Emerging Markets Bond Index - EMBI

What Does Emerging Markets Bond Index - EMBI Mean?
A benchmark index for measuring the total return performance of international government bonds issued by emerging market countries that are considered sovereign (issued in something other than local currency) and that meet specific liquidity and structural requirements.  

The most popular indexes are the J.P. Morgan Emerging Bond Index (EMBI) and EMBI+; the latter measures both Brady bonds and other sovereign debt while the EMBI measures only Brady bonds. In order to qualify for index membership, the debt must be more than one year to maturity, have more than $500 million outstanding, and meet stringent trading guidelines to ensure that pricing inefficiencies don't affect the index.  

Investopedia explains Emerging Markets Bond Index - EMBI
The J.P. Morgan indexes are a popular benchmark for money managers that deal in emerging market debt, so investors may see the index used as a comparison for their mutual funds or exchange-traded funds. Because of their higher interest rates, emerging market bonds can significantly outperform U.S. Treasury bonds. For example, in the 10-year period ending in May of 2004, the J.P. Morgan Global Emerging Markets Bond Index had a total return of 248%, greater than both U.S. corporate bonds and the S&P 500.  



20 77 10 InstaForex
18 13 26 Sberbank
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14 7 8 Alfa Bank
13 44 26 TUI
13 28 0 ICS Travel Group
13 7 1 Prisyazhnuk's Group. Investment management
12 12 1 TEZ TOUR
12 6 6 VTB 24
12 4 2 Citibank

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14 3 12 PrivatBank (Ukraine)
13 1 11 Rosgosstrakh
12 1 17 Fakel insurance company
10 9 51 HomeCreditBank Kaz
10 1 8 Russian Standard Bank (Ukraine)
9 2 11 Raiffeisenbank Russia
8 0 9 Renessans Kredit Bank
6 1 7 Tinkoff Credit Systems (TCS)
6 2 7 Bank of Cyprus
6 0 3 Guta insurance company


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