Emerging markets are important because they drive growth in the global economy. 


An emerging market economy (EME), also known as emerging economies or developing countries, is a economy with low to middle per capita income.

EMEs are characterized as transitional, meaning they are in the process of moving from a  closed economy with underdeveloped legal regimes and complex cultural traditions to an open market economy with higher per capita income while building accountability within the system.

Features of Emerging Markets

Leaders of emerging markets are willing to undertake the rapid change to a more industrialized economy  to create a better quality of life for their people. Therefore, these markets are rapidly industrializing and adopting a free market or mixed economy.

High volatility led by rapid social change and domestic policy instability.

Increase in both local and foreign investment (portfolio and direct).

The capital markets are less mature and don't have a solid track record of foreign direct investment.

Successful rapid growth markets provide higher-than-average return for investors.


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