The CAPE ratio (Shiller PE) of the global stock market is currently 23.88 (12/31/2020). This global stock market is calculated using an index of the 3,000 largest public companies around the world, including the United States, developed world and emerging markets. The ratio is higher than the average long-term CAPE which might indicate that the global stock market as a whole is overvalued. Current region weightings: U.S.: 58.1%, rest of developed world: 29.4%, emerging markets: 12.5%.
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Global P/E (Price-Earnings) Ratios by Country
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