Updated Saturday, August 30, 2014 as of 6:15 PM ET

Emerging Markets Lead The Charge

Remarkably, given the general mood earlier in the year, things turned out well for equity investors in 2009, especially in emerging markets. Though the opening months of the year were terrible, America's S&P 500 index offered a sound increase of more than 20% for the year as a whole. Europe's DJ Euro Stoxx index rose a dollar-equivalent of about 25%, and Japan's Nikkei 225 index on the same basis rose by some 15%.

Get access to this article and thousands more...

All On Wall Street articles are archived after 7 days. REGISTER NOW for unlimited access to all recently archived articles, as well as thousands of searchable stories. Registered Members also gain access to exclusive industry white paper downloads, web seminars, blog discussions, the iPad App, CE Exams, and conference discounts. Qualified members may also choose to receive our free monthly magazine and any of our daily or weekly e-newsletters covering the latest breaking news, opinions from industry leaders, developing trends and growth strategies.

Already Registered?

Comments (0)

Be the first to comment on this post using the section below.

Add Your Comments:
Not Registered?
You must be registered to post a comment. Click here to register.
Already registered? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.

Already a subscriber? Log in here