The Market Potential Index (MPI), an indexing study conducted annually by MSU-CIBER, helps companies rank emerging markets on eight dimensions. The dimensions are then combined to create an overall market potential index. The latest rankings are provided on the site as well as access to past analysis.
Bloomberg has ranked emerging markets based on its own financial-market statistics, IMF forecasts, and World Bank data. Countries on the list were also rated based on ease of doing business the perceived level of corruption, and economic freedom.
Provided by Bloomberg, this section of the enterprise's website encompasses a wide variety of emerging market-related topics. These topics include daily news articles centered around emerging economies, videos on recent updates, and current photos and related topics that may interest users.
The City of London Investment Group PLC provides a developed markets quarterly outlook. A write up on the review of the market's performance in the past as well as an analysis and projection for future performance. Users can download the full report for even more in-depth analysis.
The City of London Investment Group PLC provides an emerging markets quarterly outlook. A review of the markets performance in the past as well as an analysis and projection for future performance is provided. Users can download the full report for even more in depth analysis.
The City of London Investment Group PLC provides a frontier markets semi-annual outlook. A write up is provided that reviews the markets past performance as well as analyzes and projects future performance. Users can download the full report for even more in depth analysis.
The Emerging Market Global Players (EMGP) project, a collaborative effort led by the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, ranks multinational enterprises in emerging markets according to the level of foreign assets held. The project also works to strengthen international investment by providing educational services, policy analysis, as well as tools and resources through extensive research. Reports are listed by country and can be downloaded in PDF.
The Emerging Markets Institute at Cornell’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management provides useful information and academic research on emerging markets and their impact on the global economy. The website offers sections containing research publications, news, events, and resources.
Sponsored by Barron’s investment magazine, Emerging Markets Daily is a blog that focuses on emerging market news and analyses. The blog provides relevant data and research on an emerging market to assist users in navigating the investment landscape. Blog articles are posted daily and are searchable by topic or country.
The Emerging Markets Trade Association (EMTA) is the main trade group for emerging markets. The main goal of EMTA is to promote fair, efficient, and transparent markets and also to integrate emerging markets into global capital markets.
As a Euromoney Institutional Investor Company, EMIS Emerging Markets delivers news, company data, and financial data directly from emerging markets to thousands of emerging market investors around the world. The site provides emerging market news and industry analysis for specific emerging markets. A subscription is required for most features on the site.
Provided by the Social Science Research Network, Frontier Markets: A World of Opportunities is a publication that entails information on frontier markets. The publication includes details on how frontier markets are players in global economic growth and how other countries can harness what the frontier market countries have to offer. The publication is free for users to download and opens in PDF.
Provided by the Social Science Research Network, Frontier Markets: Old Acquaintances, New Opportunities is a publication that entails information on frontier markets. The publication includes details on how to ensure long-term growth in frontier markets and how frontier markets are speeding up the global economic re-balance. The publication is free for users to download and opens in PDF.
Global Markets, formerly Emerging Markets, is the online version of the Global Markets magazine, which is the newspaper of record at the IMF and World Bank, as well as at several development banks around the world. This site is the user’s source for news, analysis, and commentary on topics comprising economic policy, international economics, and global financial markets all with a main focus on the emerging world.
Executive Briefing: Brazil, Russia, India, and China form the so-called BRIC countries. This article summarizes the basics of the BRIC countries, including: the impact on the BRIC’s by the world economy, organizing by the BRIC countries, economic and population changes in the BRIC countries, key strengths and weaknesses of the BRIC countries, and key issues for countries and firms to consider when doing business with the BRIC countries. Opens in PDF.
HKTDC provides a research section on developed markets. This research page includes top business news in developed markets as well as a developed markets highlighted article. Under the developed markets tab, HKTDC provides an economic factsheet for many of the developed market countries and areas.
HKTDC provides a research section on emerging markets. This research page includes top business news in emerging markets as well as an emerging markets highlighted article. Under the emerging markets tab, HKTDC provides infographics and an economic factsheet for many of the emerging market countries and areas.
Investopedia provides a definition and explanation on what a developed economy is. This is the similar explanation of what a mature market is as the terms are nearly synonyms. Investopedia also breaks down what a developed economy entails and what it does not.
A subsection of The Wall Street Journal's markets page, frontier markets contains a compilation of news articles, blog posts, and other analysis on frontier markets. Users can look up information pertaining to specific countries or by region.