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DEVELOPED, EMERGING, FRONTIER CLASSIFYING MARKETS ■ DEVELOPED ■ EMERGING ■ FRONTIER ■ STANDALONE COUNTRIES AS CATEGORISED BY MSCI
DEVELOPED MARKETS MSCI defines a Developed Market as countries “which have a high standard
of living, a well-run stock market, and (mostly) free trade.”1
TEMPLETON EMERGING MARKETS INVESTMENT TRUST RESEARCH FOUND THAT INVESTORS IDENTIFIED THE FOLLOWING
DEVELOPED MARKETS AS EMERGING MARKETS
EMERGING MARKETS Emerging Market countries “are at the early stages of development.
These countries typically share some key characteristics: fast economic growth, low debt, large consumer bases and vast resources.”2
BRAZIL, INDIA AND CHINA MOST RECOGNISABLE EMERGING MARKETS BY INVESTORS
FRONTIER MARKETS MSCI classifies Frontier Markets as “countries that because of demographics, development,
politics and liquidity are considered less mature than emerging markets.”3
MSCI CLASSIFIES JAMAICA AND NIGERIA AS FRONTIER MARKETS RESEARCH SHOWS THAT INVESTORS CONSIDER THEM AS EMERGING
of investors are able to correctly identify at least one emerging market. However very few know the difference between an emerging, frontier or developed market87%
Widespread confusion around emerging markets could be costing UK investors
Research shows investors can correctly identify well-known emerging markets but there is confusion
over lesser known markets
21% OF INVESTORS WRONGLY CATEGORISED NIGERIA AS AN EMERGING MARKET
33% OF INVESTORS WRONGLY CATEGORISED JAMAICA AS
AN EMERGING MARKET
JAPAN IRELAND NETHERLANDSHONG KONG
CHINA INDIA SOUTHAFRICABRAZIL THAILAND
Source: Research conducted by Opinium Plc on behalf of Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust between 31st July to 4th August 2017.
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