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Poor returns from emerging markets

S&P Indices has reported dismal return figures for investors in 2011: an overall $3 trillion loss and a 10.07% decrease in global markets, according to the S&P Global Broad Market Index (BMI). Excluding the US, which shows only a minor decline of 0.82%, global markets were down 16.64%. Twenty-one markets lost at least a fifth of their market value, while only two made gains, and even then "just barely", according to the report - Indonesia rose 1.14% and the Philippines was up 0.21%. Emerging

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