Global stock markets: Weekly performance round-up (August 19, 2011)

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The performance of a number of global stock markets is given in the table below in local currency terms for different measurement terms ended August 19. The numbers speak for themselves, but it is noteworthy that the tables are by and large colored in red and only New Zealand, the Czech Republic and Israel survived another down-week. Israel and Venezuela are also the only two countries in the green since the highs of last month.

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The gains/declines mentioned above are all in local currency terms. However, converting the movements to US dollar gives a better picture, in general, for the non-dollar countries (see table below).

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