Jim Craige, CFA, Co-Chief Investment Officer and Head of Emerging Markets at Stone Harbor, recently sat down with Joe Terranova, Chief Market Strategist at Virtus Investment Partners, to discuss the environment for risk assets and the potential opportunity within the EMD asset class.
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