Investors and debt strategists predict that developing nations'  bonds will bounce back and surpass U.S. Treasuries in the next few months, Bloomberg reports.

Developing nations' fixed-income securities fell in the first two weeks of this month following comments from the Federal Reserve on inflation fears, prompting speculation the Fed will raise interest rates in the U.S., thereby making emerging markets less attractive.

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