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Romania, the second-poorest member of the European Union, is lavishing bond investors with the best returns in emerging markets on prospects for interest-rate cuts and a loan from the International Monetary Fund reports Business Week. An index of local-currency notes gained 1.8 percent since May 22, when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said policy makers may pare asset purchases, the biggest advance among JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s emerging-market local-bond index. The global composite gauge lost 3.9 percent in the period. Romania, whose economic transition away from communism has been hobbled by graft and political instability over two decades, is luring bond investors as the nine-month-old government cuts spending and completes a 4 billion-euro ($5.3 billion) IMF stand-by loan deal. Inflation is the slowest in 13 months, allowing the central bank to lower rates to feed an economic recovery and the cabinet to shore up financing with a foreign-currency bond sale last week.
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