NEW YORK ( TheStreet) - Many emerging nations got off to a rough start this year as issues such as the political protests sweeping through the Middle East and Northern Africa and rapidly rising food prices tested investor nerves and drove many into the comfort of the developed world.Now however, as we head towards the start of the second quarter of the year, some of these recently unloved countries have begun to fall back into favor. In the weeks ahead, investors may want to keep ETFs designed to track these nations on the radar. In the event that strength continues, they may present as attractive opportunities.
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