Emerging Market

Some articles on emerging markets, emerging market, market, markets, emerging:

JPMorgan GBI-EM Index
... The JPMorgan Government Bond Index-Emerging Markets (GBI-EM) indices are comprehensive emerging market debt benchmarks that track local currency bonds issued by Emerging Market ... The index was launched in June 2005 and is the first comprehensive global local Emerging Markets index ... As Emerging Market governments look increasingly toward their domestic market for sources of finance, investors are looking more closely at local markets in search for higher yield and greater diversification ...
Hot Money - Control
... their relatively high interest rates compared with that of the developed market economies, emerging market economies are the destination of hot money ... Although the emerging market countries welcome capital inflows such as foreign direct investment, but because of hot money's negative effects on the economy, they ... For example, on December 16, 2010, the Turkish Central Bank surprised markets by cutting interest rates at the time of rising inflation and relatively high economic growth ...
Robert P. Smith
... Smith, as he is known in among those who trade the debt of emerging market countries, is one of four people who "...significantly contributed to the birth of the debt ... These four individuals were pioneers in trading emerging market debt (EMD) ... website )(Amacom, March 2009), which details his more than 30 years' experience in emerging markets ...
Economic Consequences Of The 2006 Thai Coup D'état - Day 1 (Wednesday) - Currency
... most of the day's gains against the euro after a European official said markets had yet to digest policy-makers' remarks calling for the yen to rise against the euro ... Emerging currencies Emerging Asian currencies were hit harder ... Some other emerging market currencies fell, including the Brazilian real, which lost 0.8 percent, and the Indonesian rupiah, which dropped 0.6 percent ...

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