CAPE Ratio of the Global (World) Stock Market

The CAPE ratio (Shiller PE) of the global stock market is currently 22.31 (January 1st, 2024). This global stock market is calculated using an index of the 3,000 largest public companies around the world, including the United States, the rest of the developed world and the emerging markets. The weighting of the U.S. companies is a little bit over 60% of the index and the Technology sector is clearly the largest sector, followed by the Financial sector. The current ratio is slightly higher than the long-term historical average value which might indicate that the global stock market as a whole is somewhat overvalued.

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Global Stock Market CAPE Ratio

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CAPE Ratio of the Global (World) Stock Market

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