Fragile Five

The new catchphrase “Fragile Five” is being used to describe markets which have witnessed economic turmoil in recent years, a rival to the term BRICs that had highlighted the long-term growth potential of Brazil, India, South Africa, Russia and China. The term has been coined by research analyst at Morgan Stanley which identifies Turkey, Brazil, India, South Africa and Indonesia as economies that have became too dependent on skittish foreign investment to finance their growth ambition.

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  • Staysie Rawford
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    C…frst if v clik on FRAGILE FIVE dey shuld show d pic n then d infrmation.

  • clara
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    u need to update which countries are still in fragile five . most of them arent even still the fragile five now (2018)