Emerging markets debt is the 'beta of choice' for ETF investors

Exchange-traded funds that give investors exposure to emerging markets debt are increasingly popular and funds denominated in local currencies are also on the rise

Emerging debt ETFs are a popular choice for investors

Government and corporate emerging markets debt has seen a surge of interest from exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors, signalled by large inflows and the launch of increasingly sophisticated products.

"Flows were particularly noticeable in emerging debt, which continues to be the beta of choice for investors in search of a risk-balanced approach to higher-yielding assets," according to April's European ETF Market Monitor report from Credit Suisse.

This has also been the case globally. The

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