Emerging Markets: Pathways To Continued Investment Opportunities

An emerging market economy is defined as an economy of a developing nation that, as it grows and develops, seeks greater engagement with global markets. While emerging markets may share some – but not all – of the characteristics of their larger, more developed counterparts, it is expected that as they transition from their lesser developed states, their focus will be on key indicators like increased trade volumes, foreign direct investment, levels of liquidity in the local equity and debt markets, and the modernisation of domestic regulations governing the operations of regulatory and other financial institutions.

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