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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This shift is unlikely to be reversed unless there is a major unexpected change in policies: while stronger financial regulation will further increase demand for safe assets, a reduction in both emerging market economy saving and the pace of official reserve accumulation would work the opposite way, although the net effect is likely to be small.
Emerging market economy banks are better capitalised, rely more on deposits and less on debt, and have lower funding gaps (loan-to-deposit ratios), all of which are desirable features for a more resilient bank."
In an emerging market economy case, the potential effect of the policy on the domestic real interest rate, throughout the reduction of the country risk premium, points to a visible link between the policy and its hypothetical positive indirect effects.
He conducted meticulous archival research to bring together this biography of a man best known as Blake's nemesis but whose own contributions as a pioneer in the emerging market economy and his efforts to bring the arts to the midlands and beyond have been downplayed.

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