We expect lower global risk appetite, as well as rising country-specific risk premia in some cases, to put upward pressure on the yields of 10-year local-currency government bonds in emerging markets in the first half of 2023. But later in the year, we think the increases in those yields that we envisage will in general be more than unwound, amid declining risk premia and a shift in monetary policy.
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