Market Extra: BlackRock fund manager sees this as the market’s ‘sweet spot’

With almost daily political drama in the U.S. and the prospect of easy-money policies soon coming to an end, traders could be forgiven for struggling to figure out where to invest next.

But BlackRock, which manages $6 trillion in investor money, says there is still a “sweet spot” left in the market that tunes out the noise of both U.S. politics and central bank tightening: Emerging-markets bonds.

“Whatever happened earlier this year, it didn’t have that much of an impact. Normally we see emerging markets at the center of the turmoil or there is extra volatility—because they are emerging markets—but actually we saw resiliency,” said Sergio Trigo Paz, head of emerging-markets fixed income at BlackRock.

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