A market of a developing country, which generally possess a per capita gross domestic product (GDP) substantially below the average for a developed market, have substantially greater government imposed barriers to foreign direct investment (FDI) and may have relaxed regulatory environments.
Emerging market securities tend to be the most volatile in the world but they have the greater growth potential due to significant risks posed by political upheaval, corruption and currency collapse.
GlobEx Markets has an extensive listing of global finance terms and phrases. The terms that we have collected and compiled range from securities, derivatives and commodities to foreign products and Islamic finance.
Since the universe of financial terms is large, GlobEx Markets has created 3 electronic publications of terminology and phrases for 3 specific areas of finance. The primary publication, "The Language of Global Finance: Stocks, Bonds and Investments", is 191 pages and focuses upon global terms and phrases for stocks, bonds and investments.
A supplementary publication, "The Language of Global Finance: Options, Futures and Commodities", is 144 pages and focuses upon global terms and phrases for options, futures and commodities. The third publication of the series, "The Language of Global Finance: Islamic Finance", focuses on the specialized field of Islamic Finance.
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The most successful investors and risk managers use every tool at their disposal, which includes the understanding and the use of global finance terms and phrases. GlobEx Markets publications will improve your knowledge and understanding of global finance.