Global Stock Market Indices PE Ratio At a Glance (1 Feb 2015)

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Market Indices PE Ratio for Major Stock Exchange globally

  • US: Dow Jones Industrial, S&P500, NASDAQ, Russell 2000
  • Europe: FTSE100, CAC40, DAX
  • Asia: KLCI, STI, HangSeng, ASX200, CSI 300, JCI, SET, KOPSI, NIKKEI 225, SENSEX, TWSE, NZX50, PSEi

Note: I am unable to get PB Ratio from Bloomberg as Bloomberg changes the website layout. Still yet to find the way to extract the PB Ratio. Thus, PB Ratio will be removed from this table for the time being.

Global Stock Market PE PB Ratio Summary Feb 1-2015

Dow Jones Industrial, S&P500 and NASDAQ are in the sideway consolidation mode but still above 200D SMA.  Average PE ratio decreases from 21.30 to 21.17.  Most of the stock market now are overvalue now. January Barometer is bearish and VIX closed at 20.97 for January 2015.

VIX Feb 1-2015

See Jan 2015 Global Stock Market PE Ratio here.

Shiller PE Ratio Feb1-2015

S&P500 PB Ratio Feb1-2015S&P500 Dividend Yield Feb1-2015

  • PE  = Price Per Earning
  • PB = Price To Book Value

Dow Jones Industrial, S&P500, NASDAQ, Russel 2000 Charts

  • INDU, SPX, COMP are still on uptrend but showing dangerous reversal chart pattern. Currently INDU & SPX are just sitting on neckline support of Head and Shoulders; COMP is showing Multiple Tops pattern.
  • RUT is consolidating sideway within a Rectangle.

DJI Feb1-2015SPX Feb1-2015NASDAQ Feb1-2015Russell 2000 RUT Feb1-2015

Past 1 Month Sector Performance

Sector Performance Feb1-2015

 

Treasury Yield

US 5 Year Treasuy Yield Feb1-2015 US 10 Year Treasuy Yield Feb1-2015 US 30 Year Treasuy Yield Feb1-2015

 

Yield Curve

Yield Curve Feb1-2015

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