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But the Dollar has lot around 7% this year (which of course means the Euro has gained 7%). The Yen has even gained more.

For investors from Euro(pe) investments in Japan have performed better than investments in the US.

The US stock indices in Euros looks bad, really bad ...


Some of those markets haven't had a chance to react to the US market. You're immediately putting them at somewhat of a disadvantage since there was a large percentage change in the US market. Secondly, they have different betas so you can't just compare absolute returns. China is still up 33 percent from a year ago.

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