Question: Where can I find stock prices and returns for companies and markets in emerging market countries?


Companies can be categorized as being in developed, emerging or frontier markets. Generally, emerging market countries offer higher return with higher risk relative to developed market countries and are usually considered more stable than frontier markets. Emerging market countries are identified by market index providers and are defined by various characteristics.

Index provider MSCI provides the following list of emerging market countries,

Go to the Business Library's Company & Financial Information section for links to useful resources including links to the following suggested resources:

Emerging Markets Information Service (EMIS): Country, company, and industry information covering 80 emerging markets in Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the Middle East. 


Datastream:  A global financial database which contains current and historical data on stocks, indices, bonds, funds, futures, options, interest rates, commodities, and economic indicators.  Click here for the NYU Datastream Guide.  

Please note that Bloomberg is accessible in the Bobst Library. To use this resource, stop by the 5th floor Research Commons. 

Answered By: Business Librarians
Last Updated: Mar 21, 2022Views:

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