|This study aims to investigate relationship between financial developments and economic growth for troubled ten countries (Brazil, Colombia, Chile, South Africa, South Korea , Peru, Russia, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan). In this context, troubled ten countries have been examined with dynamic fixed effects estimator and Common Correlated Effects Mean Group for the years 1990-2014. Gross Domestic Product per Capita was used as a proxy for economic growth in the study. On the other hand, Broad Money, Gross Capital Formation and Domestic Credit to Private Sector (% of GDP) are used as proxies for financial development. The results point to different for the long and short term. The results demonstrate that there isn’t a relationship between financial development and economic growth in the context of analyzed long-term. However, it is possible to say that there is a weak positive relationship between financial development and economic growth in short term.