emerging market


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emerging market

n
(Commerce) a financial or consumer market in a newly developing country or former communist country
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The fund is designed to seek capital appreciation by investing in emerging market countries, including those located in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.
China accounted for 66 per cent of emerging market figures.
The authors believe that the primary exploitable characteristic of an emerging market is the lack of institutions (credit card systems, intellectual property protection, data research firms, etc.
Middle East/North Africa (MENA): While still the smallest Emerging Market region in terms of dedicated capital, hedge funds focusing exclusively on MENA have seen a 10-fold increase in AUM over the last five years.
Funds investing in Russia/Eastern Europe manage greater than 20 per cent of all emerging market hedge fund capital.
On considering whether emerging market economies are converging towards those of the developed economies, one might arrive at a similar conclusion.
Many of the traditional methods of coping, like financial hedging and/or adjusting prices for exchange rate changes, have significant costs and are undoubtedly a management headache but do not seem to shape the global presence, even of emerging market companies, in a major way," said Maria von N.
According to Sovereign's Emerging Markets Directory, a country doesn't have to be small or poor to be an emerging market.
That's when Aetna Retirement Services, which manages employer-sponsored pension plans nationwide, will start offering the Chapman Domestic Emerging Market (DEM) Equity Fund among its list of more than 100 product options--a list that includes mutual fund giants Fidelity and Janus.
Carlson, offers investors exposure to both emerging markets equities and emerging market debt through a single investment.
For the past few decades, every cycle of rising interest rates in the United States has brought economic contraction and widening interest rate spreads among emerging market borrowers--particularly in Latin America.
When the liquidity tide turns, sovereign emerging market debt issuers will have a harder time persuading investors to accept historically low yields.

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