How Investors CAN Play The BRIC Through A Different Set Of Country ETFs
In the post-financial crisis world, many have proposed that the global economy is finally starting to “decouple,” as evidenced by the impressive expansion in emerging markets as growth grinds to a halt in the developed world. As the economies of the U.S. and Western Europe have sputtered, soaring economies in some of the world’s fastest growing countries such as India, China, Brazil, and Indonesia have emerged as the true drivers of global economic expansion. As these emerging superpowers continue to grow at an impressive clip, they have begun to demand larger quantities of raw materials in order to feed rapidly-growing populations that are quickly moving into the middle class. These new consumers now have the resources to buy a variety of discretionary products, improve diets, and demand efficient infrastructure in swelling urban areas. This shift in emerging markets demographics has strained commodity markets around the world, as China imports greater quantities [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Stories: Beyond the BRIC: Ten Country-Specific Emerging Markets ETFs Definitive Guide to BRIC ETFs: BRIC ETF Investing 101 Looking For Industrial Powerhouses? Try These Three Country ETFs
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