January 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 8 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

The Suez Canal and the Egyptian Stock Market

Global Financial Data has the most extensive database on historical stocks available anywhere in the world.  GFD has collected data on stocks that listed on the London Stock Exchange from the 1600s read more..

Events in Time Anniversaries: January 2019

25 years ago: January 1994 S&P 500: 481.61 (vs. 2635.96 in 01/2019) 10-year U.S. Government Bond Yield: 5.7% (vs. 2.75% in 01/2019) Gold: $377.90 (vs. $1290.70 in 01/2019) GBP/USD: 1.505 (vs. read more..

Is it Over Yet? The Current Bear Market and GFD’s Alternative Indicators

Most global markets are in a bear market.  The main question everyone is asking is whether the bear market will continue in 2019 and hit new lows, or whether the stock market will find a bottom and read more..

Are We Headed for a Second Great Reversal?

Global Financial Data has added Share Value Indices for over 90 global markets with over a century of data for major countries.  Share value indices allow analysts to determine how the number of sha read more..

Cuban Capitalism?

  Global Financial Data has the most extensive database on historical stocks available anywhere in the world.  GFD has collected data on stocks that listed on the London Stock Exchange from th read more..

The Collapse of the Creditanstalt Bank

  Although few people realize it, the Great Depression hit Europe when the Creditanstalt bank of Vienna collapsed in May 1931 and began a domino effect that spread to the rest of Europe. The c read more..

A Century of Chinese Stocks and Bonds

Global Financial Data has the most extensive database on historical stocks available anywhere in the world.  GFD has collected data on stocks that listed on the London Stock Exchange from the 1600s read more..

The Coming Decline in the CAPE Ratios

Global Financial Data has the most extensive collection of CAPE Ratios available anywhere.  Our CAPE Ratios cover over 50 countries and the CAPE Ratio for the United States begins in 1841, 40 years read more..

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