As reflected by the impressive 300-basis-point tightening in emerging market debt spreads since October 2002, it would seem evident that the market is yet to internalize the advice given to our bond trader.
What does EMD stand for?
EMD stands for Emerging Market Debt
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- Eliminate, Move, Digitise (Business) (What to do with non or low value added activities GE Capital)
- Emerald Downs (est. 1996)
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- Emergency Medical Dispatcher
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We are thrilled about this new team which, when they join BlackRock, will further enhance our ability to provide compelling offerings to our clients across the growing and increasingly important emerging market debt space.
Some folks at the Treasury, especially Undersecretary John Taylor, believe they have found a "new approach" for dealing with emerging market debt problems without compromising the interests of taxpaying American "plumbers and carpenters," as Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill put it.
In initially recommending the merger to each Board, LMPFA and WAM cited the changing nature of emerging market debt issuance which has made it increasingly difficult to secure the floating-rate emerging market debt securities in which Western Asset Emerging Markets Floating Rate Fund invests.
In recommending the merger to each Board, the Funds' investment manager and sub-adviser, Legg Mason Partners Fund Advisor, LLC and Western Asset Management Company, respectively, cited the changing nature of emerging market debt issuance which has made it increasingly difficult to secure floating rate emerging market debt securities.
the "Fund") (NYSE: GHI), a non-diversified, closed-end management investment company seeking high current income and secondarily, capital appreciation through investments primarily in securities of emerging market debt issuers, today announced updated information regarding previously announced name and investment policy changes.
Steve Swords was previously with Standard Bank London where he was responsible for originating emerging market debt as well as secondary market trading.
NEW YORK -- Miller Tabak Roberts Securities, LLC ("MTR"), a leading broker-dealer in emerging market debt, convertible bonds, high-yield and distressed securities, announced that it has opened a new office in London, England, expanding the firm's total offices to four.