(Bloomberg) -- A stronger dollar, rising interest rates and the prospect of a drop in global trade aren't enough to deter some of the world's biggest asset managers from buying emerging-market bonds.

Amundi Asset Management, Schroder Investment Management and Morgan Stanley are among those predicting a rebound following the post-U.S. election pullback that roiled the market for debt sold from developing nations.

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