The Best And Worst Stockmarkets In 2013

The Best And Worst Stockmarkets In 2013
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It's been a turbulent time on the world's stockmarkets in 2013

By way of a quick pause for breath, listed below are the best and the worst performing stockmarkets for the period from 1 January 2013 to 30 June 2013. 

Click the links below to see where £10,000 of your hard earned money could have rocketed to an impressive £14,740, in just six months. Or where it could have plummeted to a paltry £7,341.

The Best Performing Stockmarkets

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The Worst Performing Stockmarkets

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The statistics were collated by Citywire from the S&P Global BMI, which covers approximately 10,000 companies across 46 countries with a market capitalisation of at least $100 million. 

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