Monday, December 12, 2011

Euro New Treaty although Cameron opposes; Wall Street, South Africa & Jakarta going up


Europe Union have agreed for new treaty although without UK. Three of G-20 member indexes are in positive: Wall Street (US), South Africa  and Jakarta (Indonesia). Average stock growth of 2011 of all G-20 member indexes are going down. British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday that he would oppose a new EU treaty proposed by France and Germany this week to rescue the euro unless measures were in place to "safeguard" the common market and financial services. Most analists are optimistic although Euro are still having hight risk to break up... hopefully not.

Luckily ASEAN has no big problem so far, although floods in Thailand recently were worst since 1949. 

G-20 COUNTRIES STOCK INDEX YEAR TO DATE DEC-09, 2011
NO
G-20 MEMBER
INDEX
PRICE
GROWTH
Last day of Dec 2010
Fri Dec 09, 11
%
1
 European Union
EURO STOXX 50
2,792.82
2,342.59
-16.1
2
 United States
DOW
11,577.51
12,184.26
5.2
3
 China
SSEC
2,808.80
2,315.27
-17.6
4
 Japan
N225
10,228.92
8,536.46
-16.5
5
 Germany
DAX
6,914.19
5,986.71
-13.4
6
 France
CAC 40
3,804.78
3,172.35
-16.6
7
 United Kingdom
FTSE 100
5,971.00
5,529.21
-7.4
8
 Brazil
BOVESPA
69,304.81
58,236.46
-16.0
9
 Italy
FTSE Italia All-Share
20,935.64
16,229.46
-22.5
10
 Canada
S&P/TSX Composite
13,443.22
12,034.80
-10.5
11
 India
BSE 30
20,025.42
16,213.46
-19.0
12
 Russia
RTSI
1,770.28
1,410.28
-20.3
13
 Australia
AOI
4,846.90
4,264.10
-12.0
14
 Mexico
IPC
38,550.79
37,227.21
-3.4
15
 South Korea
Seoul Composite
2,051.00
1,874.75
-8.6
16
 Turkey
Istanbul SE National 100
66,004.48
53,834.91
-18.4
17
 Indonesia
IHSG
3,703.51
3,759.61
1.5
18
 Saudi Arabia
Tadawul All Share
6,620.75
6,302.84
-4.8
19
 Argentina
MerVal
3,523.59
2,558.11
-27.4
20
 South Africa
JSE All Share
32,118.89
32,632.92
1.6
Sorted by GDP biggest
Average percentage
-12


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