The table below shows the current & historical equity market valuations of selected Emerging Markets. The trailing price-earnings (P/E) ratio of the MSCI Emerging Markets index is currently 14.67 (January 1st, 2024) and the forward P/E ratio of the index is 11.85. Among the major emerging economies, the Indian stock market is clearly the most expensive while Russia and Brazil are the cheapest.
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Emerging Markets Valuations: Trailing 12 Months & Forward P/E Ratios
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