frontier

(redirected from frontier markets)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
From our experience, I would say those elements that have assisted us in hotel operations in frontier markets are a willingness to work closely with national and local authorities and the provision of training for staff in the country -- while among challenges are currency fluctuations and airline access to the country.
With the support of Conning's resources, Global Evolution is positioned to accelerate innovation in emerging and frontier market investing.
MSCI had previously classified Pakistan as a frontier market.
Commenting on the recent expansions, EFG Hermes Head of Research Ahmed Shams El-Din said, Investor interest in frontier markets has been growing over the past five years due to low interest rates in developed markets and slow growth in emerging markets, coupled with improving political and economic conditions in frontier markets.
Frontier Markets (Fixed Income): a combination of dollar denominated debt, local currency sovereign debt, and currency instruments, focused on a diversified selection of strategies and long-term investment opportunities within sovereign frontier markets globally.
Ruslan Babaev, Co-CEO, Renaissance Capital, added: "We are pleased to be recognised as the leading Frontier Markets brokerage firm for the second consecutive year by the highly respectable Extel Survey.
This two-day event will bring together various stakeholders from the Islamic finance industry, multilateral development institutions, international and national regulatory bodies, policy-makers, and academia to discuss the issue of frontier markets of Islamic finance.
Morgan Stanley's Frontier Markets Index captures large and mid-cap representation across 23 Frontier Markets (FM) countries - Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Mauritius, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Tunisia and Vietnam.
This study attempts to investigate stock market integration between developed, emerging and frontier markets of Europe.
Lebanon is one of 24 stock markets worldwide that fall under MSCI's definition of Frontier Markets.
Frontier markets have much in common with the emerging markets of 1995.
Summary: Frontier markets are catching investors' eyes, but Moody's explores the credit risk that comes with less seasoned sovereigns

Full browser ?