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Foreign Bonds

Foreign Bonds

Foreign bonds are attractive to some investors because they offer higher yields. But higher yields mean higher risk, so know what you're getting into when investing in foreign bonds. There are generally two types of foreign bond markets: developed market and emerging market.

The developed market tends to be more, uh, developed. The U.S., Canada, and European Union countries are examples of developed markets. Emerging markets (also known as developing markets) include India, China, and other...

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