Developing-nation local currency bonds have lost 7.5 percent this year, while their currencies have retreated about 12 percent.
Franklin Templeton Investments says the rout in emerging markets may be nearing a bottom.
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Optimism that Australia’s dollar has found a bottom may be premature.
Emerging-market sovereign and corporate bonds offer best buying opportunities in the fixed-income universe, said Goldman Sachs.