Major market risk indices
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Market risk indices as of 01/18/2019 *)
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|Bond markets||23%||low risk|
|Stock markets||36%||low risk|
|US Dollar||42%||medium risk|
|US, Canadian, and Western European bond markets||23%||low risk|
|US, Canadian, and Western European stock markets||37%||low risk|
|Asian-Pacific bond markets||21%||low risk|
|Asian-Pacific stock markets||34%||low risk|
|US stocks||32%||low risk|
|US tech stocks||30%||low risk|
|Canadian stocks||47%||medium risk|
|Australian stocks||37%||low risk|
|UK stocks||35%||low risk|
The Global Stock Market Risk Index (GSMRI) remains at a low-risk reading. The GSMRI decreases to 36%. Last week the GSMRI reached a low-risk level of 38%.
The Global Bond Market Risk Index (GBMRI) remains at a low-risk reading. The GBMRI increases to 23%. Last week the GBMRI reached a level of 15% (low risk).
The Global US Dollar Risk Index (GUSDRI) changes to a new medium risk level. The GUSDRI closes at 42%. Last week the GUSDRI reached a low-risk level of 38%.
Our market risk indices have been engineered to indicate the potential risk of global, regional and country-based investments on an aggregated basis in percentage points.
A low percentage reading indicates a rather low-risk environment for the respective investment.
Generally, a risk index level equal to or above 60% should indicate a relatively high-risk situation.