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NB EMD veteran: Venezuelan risk/reward is now favorable

Investors need to take a 'long breath' when it comes to investing in Venezuelan debt and be open to taking advantage of favorable risk/reward dynamics, Neuberger Berman’s Rob Drijkoningen told sister site Citywire Selector.

Citywire + rated Drijkoningen, who is co-head of emerging market debt at the firm, said regime change in the country could take many years but investors should be ready to pounce.

Also in this video, the EMD veteran highlights the markets he views as having longer-term potential and reveals how he is positioned in the currency markets.

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