BACK IN THE USA

Posted by: Howard Silverblatt on September 17, 2008

While U.S. markets are down, they are doing significantly better than the other 51 global markets, with the U.S. posting the best return (lowest loss) for the MTD and QTD. Global markets are set to post one of their worst quarters in recent history, with the current QTD loss being $4.74 trillion ($0.80 trillion from the U.S), and $9.51 trillion YTD ($2.25 trillion). The file below is sorted by QTD, with the split being Emerging and Developed markets.
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