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Daily chart: America’s stockmarkets may have surpassed their pre-crisis levels, but their performance has been eclipsed by a number of markets around the world over the past year. Today’s chart looks at the world’s bounciest stockmarkets since January 2007: View chart:
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Back on the meds for you, Lenin!
Is it really surprising that BRIC wasn't really effected by the liquidity crisis? Do they interact as much with the American market and hence the toxic default swaps? And similarly, I don't think their borrowing is anywhere near America, or even European levels (not at all a bad thing from a risk management perspective!).

/half-baked thought.

Does anyone have information on the BRIC markets?
Switzerland and Sweden (those left-leaning countries that everyone says are welfare states and are going to go broke any day now) seem to be doing better than the other countries -- and not just in the 2007 - 2011 timeframe, but for decades. ----

"If you keep on doing what you have been doing, then you will keep on getting what you have been getting." Jackie B. Cooper ----

OR, you could follow Sweden's (or Switzerland's) successful example. ----

Hmmm, I dunno, should we? (Seems obvious to me)
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