Four ETFs for emerging-market growth

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Exports to the U.S., Europe and other developed nations remain a strong source of growth for emerging economies. As well, rising domestic demand is increasingly supporting those economies, and letting them grow strongly. Now, the challenge for many emerging nations is to maintain their rapid growth while keeping inflation and rising currencies in check. That could entail slowly raising interest rates or restricting inflows of foreign capital. Even so, high-quality companies based in these countries should continue to gain from their strong economic growth. One of the best safe-money ways to invest in emerging markets is through exchange-traded funds (ETFs). You’ll need to be selective, but the best ETFs offer a great combination of low fees and top-quality stocks. Here are four emerging market ETFs we like: ISHARES S&P INDIA NIFTY 50 INDEX FUND $30.91 (Nasdaq symbol INDY; buy or sell through brokers; us.ishares.com), is an ETF that aims to track the S&P CNX Nifty Index, which represents the 50 largest, most liquid Indian…

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