"Long Japan, Short Rwanda," is the title of a report from BAML suggesting the emerging market...
"Long Japan, Short Rwanda," is the title of a report from BAML suggesting the emerging market debt sector (EMB) is getting a bit frothy. Rwanda last week sold $400M of 10-year notes priced to yield 6.87%. The amount represents 5.5% of the country's GDP and the deal was 10x oversubscribed. Better bets, says the report, are Japanese equities (EWJ, DXJ) and U.S. housing (XHB).
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