Frontier markets are the emerging markets of just a few years ago.
While investors of all stripes have poured into emerging markets raising expectations for returns, frontier markets, in developing countries, such as Nigeria, Kenya, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Croatia, Romania, Qatar and Kuwait, tend to be volatile, but can generate better returns over time. That’s because they have high economic growth rates and small, relatively illiquid and undercapitalized equity markets.
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