Emerging Market

An emerging market or a new economic market, is a financial market of a developing country, usually a small market with a short operating history. Normally a market is a public place where buyers and sellers make transactions, directly or via intermediaries. Also it sometimes means the stock market. But an Emerging market is somewhat different. 

Emerging market economies are outpacing developed countries in the global economic recovery and may continue to do so for some time. Investors need to think globally. Emerging markets can develop and can be integrated in the global capital markets. 

The ten biggest emerging markets are Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, South Africa, Poland, Turkey (Turkcel: the Turkish cell phone company that climbed over 100% in one year), India, Indonesia, China, and South Korea. Each big emerging market is an individual country; but it is the combined effect of the group as a whole that has an impact on other countries economies.

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