The “Next Eleven” and the World Economy (The Asset)
The N-11 never acquired the cachet of the BRIC acronym, which I coined in 2001 to describe a bloc of emerging economies (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) that stood to have a significant impact on the world economy in the future. The N-11 countries weren’t at the level of the BRICs, but nor was either acronym intended to be an investment theme….
Then as now, the N-11 comprised a mixed bag: South Korea, Mexico, Indonesia, Turkey, Iran, Egypt, Nigeria, the Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Vietnam.
- Frontier Market ETFs Have 72% Exposure to Oil-Dependent Countries (FT Adviser)
- Mark Mobius Answers Readers’ Questions (Mobius Blog)
- Election Results in Some Fragile Five Emerging Markets Calm Investors (Reuters)
- 2017 Global Retail Development Index (ATKearney)
- Why is Bangladesh Booming? (The Asset)
- Russell Frontier Markets Equity Fund’s Manager Sees Neglected Gems (WSJ)
- S&W’s McGrath: Emerging Markets Are at the Perfect Entry Point (FE Trustnet)
- Investing in Asia ADRs / Asia ADRs List
- Emerging Market Risk Ranking: Most Vulnerable to the Strongest (FT)
- Economic Prospects in Several Emerging Asia Countries (Wells Fargo Securities)