Saturday, November 5, 2011

G-20 Countries Stock Index Year to Date Nov-04, 2011






This week the Greek debt issues continue to weigh on stocks of the G-20. Greek debt crisis domino effect has spread to Italy. Some analist say that the main causes are the politicians give generous subsidies to gain support from the community, and has been going on for many years.


G-20 leaders agreed to tighten rules and supervision on the banking sector, hedge funds, derivatives trading, and brokerage bonuses, which is expected to reduce speculative action and strengthen risk management of financial institutions.

Below is G-20 countries stock index to show us current global economy situation.

G-20 COUNTRIES STOCK INDEX YEAR TO DATE NOV-04, 2011
NO
G-20 MEMBER
INDEX
PRICE

GROWTH
Last day of Dec 2010
Fri Nov 04, 11
%
1
 European Union
EURO STOXX 50
2,792.82
2,291.47
-18
2
 United States
DOW
11,577.51
11,983.24
4
3
 China
SSEC
2,808.80
2,528.29
-10
4
 Japan
N225
10,228.92
8,801.40
-14
5
 Germany
DAX
6,914.19
5,966.16
-14
6
 France
CAC 40
3,804.78
3,123.55
-18
7
 United Kingdom
FTSE 100
5,971.00
5,527.16
-7
8
 Brazil
BOVESPA
69,304.81
58,669.92
-15
9
 Italy
FTSE Italia All-Share
20,935.64
16,203.34
-23
10
 Canada
S&P/TSX Composite
13,443.22
12,408.20
-8
11
 India
BSE 30
20,025.42
17,562.61
-12
12
 Russia
RTSI
1,770.28
1,542.39
-13
13
 Australia
AOI
4,846.90
4,342.50
-10
14
 Mexico
IPC
38,550.79
36,689.40
-5
15
 South Korea
Seoul Composite
2,051.00
1,928.41
-6
16
 Turkey
Istanbul SE National 100
66,004.48
56,180.24
-15
17
 Indonesia
IHSG
3,703.51
3,783.63
2
18
 Saudi Arabia
Tadawul All Share
6,620.75
6,215.67
-6
19
 Argentina
MerVal
3,523.59
2,761.36
-22
20
 South Africa
JSE All Share
32,118.89
31,917.00
-1
Sorted by GDP biggest

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