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International Stocks And IndicesAs occurred in the last months of the previous year, the world stock markets have reflected with rises the global economic recovery that has generally translated into an improvement in the results of listed companies. The main world indices have accumulated increases of between 16% and 21% in 2021, with a sharp reduction in volatility compared to the previous year.
The European stock markets have recorded widespread gains driven by the strong recovery experienced by the main economies, the fiscal stimulus programs to overcome the Covid-19 crisis and the maintenance of the expansive monetary policy by the ECB.
The indicator that groups the main securities listed in the countries of the Monetary Union, the EuroSTOXX 50 has risen 21.0% in 2021, being even surpassed by the STOXX Europe 600, a broad reference for the continent as a whole, with an increase of 22 .3%, which reflects that the favorable behavior of the Stock Markets has not been limited to the set of the largest listed values.
Improving on the EuroSTOXX 50 performance are the indices for Austria (+38.9%), France (+28.9%), the Netherlands (+27.8%) and Norway (+24.4%).
With returns slightly below the indicator are the indices of countries such as Switzerland (+20.3%), Belgium (+19.0%), Germany (+15.8%), the United Kingdom (+14.3%) and Portugal (+13.7%), and. The Spanish Ibex 35 has lagged behind with a return of 7.9%.
The North American markets have recorded one more year of increases above double digits with new all-time records.
The strong recovery of the economy and the large fiscal support programs have outweighed fears of inflation and the start by the Fed of a progressive reduction in purchases of debt assets.
Its main indices have reached returns in line with or above the world average in 2021: the Dow Jones has risen 18.7%, the S&P 500 26.9% and the Nasdaq 100 Index of the technological component, 26.6% , his twelfth consecutive year with earnings.
Also within developed markets, Japan's Nikkei index posted modest gains of 4.9%, below global global indices. On the contrary, the year has not been favorable for the emerging markets as a whole, with a 4.6% drop in the MSCI EM global index, and with Latin America falling by 13.1%, mainly as a consequence of a higher vaccination rate. slow that has affected the main economies.
Likewise, the emerging stock markets of Asia have not been able to consolidate the great exercise of the previous year and have posted joint losses of 6.6% due to the effects on the economies of the restrictions caused by the new waves of the pandemic and a lower vaccination degree.