Stock market performance round-up: torrid October ends with a bang

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A great deal has been said about stock markets’ performances during October, and specifically about the reversal of fortune during the last week of the month. (I covered this topic extensively in yesterday’s “Words from the Wise” post.)

For the sake of completeness I provide the performance tables for various stock markets below. The performances are given in both local currency and US dollar terms for different measurement periods ended October 31.

The numbers tell the full story …

Click on the image below for a larger table.

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2 comments to Stock market performance round-up: torrid October ends with a bang

  • George Keane

    This is a very helpful way to present performance data. Thank you Prieur. George

  • david kneapler

    I agree the tabular form provides helpful info, but graphs and reflections of market internals tell more. The graphs must include time data of 5 and 1 years, 3months, one month and last week. The graphs should include P&F, candlestick and simple MA, as your site not geared to the needs or mind set of traders. Makes sense to outsource.
    If someone finds my comments out to lunch, then feel free to have me for dinner, but bring ketchup. I don’t taste too good anymore.

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