BENEFITS OF YOUR FREE EBOOK
- Discover the reasons why the investment markets are turning to emerging markets such as Brazil, India, China and the UAE.
- Learn why these countries may have potential long-term growth opportunities, but high levels of volatility as well.
- Understand why you need a comprehensive knowledge of global liquidity if you want to participate in emerging markets trading.
- Get insights into why political events and economic releases play an integral part in any emerging market strategy.
- New traders' fundamental lesson: what are the top five emerging market currencies? What are the most popular strategies traders use for these markets?
ABOUT EMERGING MARKETS
Since 2008, the world’s emerging markets have contributed to more than 80% of global growth, creating a significant number of jobs in advanced economies in the process. What’s more, major geopolitical, economic and demographic changes have influenced companies and economies in these countries, and have made them popular investment hubs for forex and equity traders.
The MSCI Emerging Markets Index, a measure of stock market performance in selective areas, lists 26 countries in the emerging markets category, including Brazil, China, Malaysia, Colombia, India, Czech Republic, UAE, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Thailand and South Africa, etc. The Index tracks the market capitalisation of every company listed on the stock exchanges of these countries, prominent among them being the Asian stock markets like China, Taiwan and India.
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