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  • MAB投信指数「MAB300」

  • MAB投信指数「MAB300」(以下、MAB300(まぶさんびゃく))は、三菱アセット・ブレインズが日々算出・公表している投信指数です。
    [ 2018/06/14 06:34 ] 投資 | トラックバック(-) | コメント(-)


  • Euromoney

  • Euromoney is your one source of information for many markets. We know the financial markets are interconnected. That’s why it’s so important to stay on top of key developments in your sector whilst keeping an eye on trends in others. Our specialist journalists bring you an authoritative round up of banking, capital markets, investment, foreign exchange & treasury, and regional markets including Asia, Latin America, and EMEA. Our benchmark surveys and awards will tell you how you and your competitors are rated by the industry, help you find the institutions best placed to handle your business, and can give you the edge you need when pitching to clients.
    [ 2018/06/10 14:47 ] 金融ニュース | トラックバック(-) | コメント(-)

    International Trade and Market Access Data/The World Trade Organization (WTO) 

  • International Trade and Market Access Data/The World Trade Organization (WTO)

  • This application aims to illustrate all available WTO trade statistics through graphs and charts in an
    interactive manner. The application features all data on merchandise and commercial services trade, and
    data published on the WTO Tariff Profiles. The application also has links to the existing available WTO
    general information on tariffs and the "Made in the World Initiative (MIWI). It has 3 major dashboards:
    the Trade, Trends and Tariffs Dashboard.
    The Trade Dashboard aims to show the leading traders by commodity group or sector and year. The
    leading traders are selected from either: a) all available countries of the world, b) all countries of a
    selected region, or c) all member countries of a selected economic grouping. The dashboard also aims to
    show leading partners of selected individual reporting countries.
    [ 2018/06/04 01:07 ] 経済指標 | トラックバック(-) | コメント(-)

    Global Stock Market Valuations and Expected Future Returns/ 

  • Global Stock Market Valuations and Expected Future Returns/

  • Where Are We with Global Market Valuations?

    Before we start, we would like to point out that at the left sidebar of this page you can find the implied future returns of the world’s 18 largest stock markets, sorted from the highest return to the lowest for developed markets and emerging markets.

    Since we published the market valuation and implied future return based on the percentage of total market cap (TMC) relative to the U.S. GNP, it has served as a good indicator for the overall market valuation of the U.S. stock market. We have also added the Shiller P/E page, which looks at the market valuation from a normalized earnings perspective, and gives similar conclusions on overall market valuations and future market returns.

    Those two pages have served the U.S. market very well. However, a lot of users asked us about the international market. Indeed, sometimes investors are better served to invest internationally. The purpose of this page is to provide an overview of the stock market valuations of the 18 largest economies in the world. The indicator we use is still the percentages of the total market caps of these countries over their own GDPs.

    As pointed out by Warren Buffett, the percentage of total market cap (TMC) relative to the U.S. GNP is “probably the best single measure of where valuations stand at any given moment.” Unlike the U.S. market, the histories of the data for other countries are not long enough to provide a more accurate projection of future returns. But still we believe that this page can give a good idea on where the market stands currently with overall valuations.

    Before we get into the details of how we arrived at our results, these are the implied returns of the stock market worldwide, including both developed markets and emerging markets, as displayed in the left sidebar. This page is updated daily.
    [ 2018/05/20 10:37 ] 未分類 | トラックバック(-) | コメント(-)

    U.S. Treasury Yield Curve/ 

  • U.S. Treasury Yield Curve/

  • Definition of yield curve
    According to Investopedia, the yield curve graphs the relationship between bond yields and bond maturity. More specifically, the yield curve captures the perceived risks of bonds with various maturities to bond investors.

    The U.S. Treasury Department issues bonds with maturities ranging from one month to 30 years. As bonds with longer maturities usually carry higher risk, such bonds have higher yields than do bonds with shorter maturities. Due to this, a normal yield curve reflects increasing bond yields as maturity increases. Figure 1 shows a normal yield curve.

    However, the yield curve can sometimes become flat or inverted. In a flat yield curve, short-term bonds have approximately the same yield as long-term bonds. An inverted yield curve reflects decreasing bond yields as maturity increases. Such yield curves are harbingers of an economic recession. Figure 2 shows a flat yield curve while Figure 3 shows an inverted yield curve.
    [ 2018/05/01 06:47 ] Bond Chart | トラックバック(-) | コメント(-)
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