Monday, December 5, 2011

Wall Street largest weekly rally, G-20 average going up


Wall Street rally to about 7% up last Friday, the largest weekly point gain since October-31, as November job reports show economy is doing better, at least for America. But investors are still not sure about Europe debt crisis situation. Three of G-20 member indexes are in positive: Wall Street (US), Jakarta (Indonesia), and South Africa. Average growth of all G-20 member indexes are going up from -17% on Friday Nov-25 to -11% on Friday Dec-02.

G-20 COUNTRIES STOCK INDEX YEAR TO DATE DEC-02, 2011
NO
G-20 MEMBER
INDEX
PRICE
GROWTH
Last day of Dec 2010
Fri Dec 02, 11
%
1
 European Union
EURO STOXX 50
2,792.82
2,342.50
-16.1
2
 United States
DOW
11,577.51
12,019.42
3.8
3
 China
SSEC
2,808.80
2,360.66
-16.0
4
 Japan
N225
10,228.92
8,643.75
-15.5
5
 Germany
DAX
6,914.19
6,080.68
-12.1
6
 France
CAC 40
3,804.78
3,164.95
-16.8
7
 United Kingdom
FTSE 100
5,971.00
5,552.29
-7.0
8
 Brazil
BOVESPA
69,304.81
57,885.85
-16.5
9
 Italy
FTSE Italia All-Share
20,935.64
16,215.71
-22.5
10
 Canada
S&P/TSX Composite
13,443.22
12,075.10
-10.2
11
 India
BSE 30
20,025.42
16,846.83
-15.9
12
 Russia
RTSI
1,770.28
1,545.57
-12.7
13
 Australia
AOI
4,846.90
4,346.30
-10.3
14
 Mexico
IPC
38,550.79
36,756.10
-4.7
15
 South Korea
Seoul Composite
2,051.00
1,916.04
-6.6
16
 Turkey
Istanbul SE National 100
66,004.48
54,769.25
-17.0
17
 Indonesia
IHSG
3,703.51
3,779.84
2.1
18
 Saudi Arabia
Tadawul All Share
6,620.75
6,169.23
-6.8
19
 Argentina
MerVal
3,523.59
2,629.63
-25.4
20
 South Africa
JSE All Share
32,118.89
32,610.90
1.5
Sorted by GDP biggest
Average percentage
-11

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