emerging markets fund

emerging markets fund
A mutual fund that invests primarily in countries with developing economies (that is, those that are becoming industrialized). emerging markets funds tend to be more volatile ( volatility) than domestic stock funds due to currency fluctuation and political instability. Consequently, fund prices can fluctuate dramatically. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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