Emerging Europe Closed-End Funds List

The following NYSE or NASDAQ listed Emerging Europe closed-end funds offer investors exposure to equity and/or bond markets in Emerging European regions like Eastern Europe and/or specific countries like Russia:

Emerging Europe Closed-End Funds List*

 Closed End FundTickerExchangeManager/AdvisorTypeRegionInception
1Central Europe Russia and Turkey Fund Inc CEENYSEDeutsche Asset & Wealth Management EquityEastern Europe + Turkey1990/03/06
2Morgan Stanley Eastern Europe Fund, Inc RNENYSEMorgan Stanley Investment Management BothEastern Europe1996/09/30
3Templeton Russia and East European Fund, Inc TRFNYSEFranklin Templeton Investments EquityEastern Europe1995/06/15

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In addition to the above list of Emerging Europe closed-end funds, check out our complete list of Eastern Europe ADRs (including Czech Republic ADRs, Hungary ADRs, Poland ADRs, Russia ADRs and Ukraine ADRs) and Emerging Europe ADRs (including Cyprus ADRs and Greece ADRs) as well as our Eastern Europe ETF lists (including Eastern Europe ETF Region Wide list, Poland ETF list and Russia ETF list) and Emerging Europe ETF lists (including Emerging Europe ETF Region Wide list and Greece ETF list).

For additional resources for investing in Emerging Europe in general, check out all of our Emerging Europe tagged articles/links or subscribe to an RSS feed of Emerging Europe tagged articles here.

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