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Italian referendum worries are exaggerated, says bond star

Italian referendum worries are exaggerated, says bond star

The Citywire + rated Daniel Karnaus says the market is too negative on Italy and the worry of the upcoming Italian referendum is over-blown.

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Aberdeen AM to streamline EMD fund range

Asset manager announces rationalisation plans which will see reduction of strategies overseen by team under Brett Diment.

Revealed: EMD LC managers posting the biggest turnarounds

As developing world debt gains affection from investors, Citywire Selector uncovers the sector specialists rising up the rankings.

BNP Paribas IP shuts EMD chief’s feeder fund

French asset manager confirms master fund will remain open.

BNP Paribas IP names new deputy EMD chief

French asset management firm appoints new deputy head of developing world operations.

Diment’s diagnoses: three EM markets to watch… and one to avoid

Aberdeen AM’s EM sovereign and debt head reveals how major market moves are playing out in the developing world.

EM stars say impact of Rajan exit is over-stated

The central bankers’ decision to step down at end of term isn’t as turbulent an event as many fear, according to sector specialists.