Countries in which a regular exchange of goods has usually not yet fully developed and become firmly established within the country, and which initially play only a minor role in the overall international exchange of goods. Nevertheless, they play a role for the financial markets because they are usually importers of capital. – See BRIC countries, high yields. – Cf. ECB Monthly Bulletin of January 2005, pp. 65 et seq. (with many overviews), ECB Monthly Bulletin of August 2005, pp. 81 et seq. (very detailed explanations with many overviews), ECB Monthly Bulletin of October 2009, pp. 105 et seq. (financial sector in emerging markets; overviews; references), ECB Monthly Bulletin of October 2010, pp. 10 et seq. (growing importance of emerging markets; overviews), Financial Stability Report 2011, pp. 41 f. (foreign assets of German banks vis-à-vis selected emerging markets and the associated risks), ECB Monthly Bulletin of December 2012, p. 17 (overview of output growth and inflation rates in selected emerging markets), ECB Monthly Bulletin of March 2014, p. 11 ff. (impact of the financial crisis on emerging markets; overviews).
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