The actions of emerging markets have become increasingly correlative with the of developed stock markets, and the correlation between them led to diversification began to become increasingly less evident. Frontier markets are still relatively young and underdeveloped compared with the emerging, it could be said that frontier markets are what were emerging more than 10 years ago. According to Bloomberg, these markets are experiencing various booms in various sectors of the economy and strong growth potential and development in commodities (oil, metals, agriculture), consumption (with new individuals accessing goods before unknown to them such as cellular telephones, cars, TVs, appliances), infrastructure (the International Monetary Fund has forgiven much of Africa’s debt, generating a surplus in the public accounts of these countries to invest in electricity, telecommunications, roads, transport). I.e. markets that promise fast growth, from the hand of urban generations with greater access to certain consumption, and social sectors with strong enrichment. There are indexes that follow these markets. The S & P Frontier BMI covers 35 countries in border, the S & P Select Frontiers Total Return that includes 30 largest and most liquid stock border, the Msci Barra countries launched an index of 19 countries, with 5 oil countries whose markets are open to FDI (excluding Saudi Arabia).
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