The value of the world's stock exchanges was $ 80 trillion 838 billion in 2017, up 15.5 percent from the previous year. Borsa Istanbul ranks 10th among world stock exchanges with 44.3% market value increase.
According to the information gathered from the World Stock Exchange Federation (WFE) data, the value of world stock exchanges worth 70 trillion 15 billion 536 million at the end of 2016 was 80 trillion 837 billion 821.2 million dollars last year. Over the past year, the value of world stock exchanges has increased by 15.5 percent. The volume-based provision of this figure was 10 trillion 822 billion 285.2 million dollars.
Looking at the market value by region, Asia Pacific stock exchanges showed the best performance last year. The market value of Asia Pacific stock exchanges reached $ 28 trillion to $ 968.5 billion, up 25.7 percent from last year.
In the period in question, the value of the market increased by 17.8 percent to 36 trillion 517.1 billion dollars in stocks in the US, while it fell by 3.9 percent in Europe, Africa and the Middle East to 15 trillion 352.2 billion dollars.
MARKET VALUE INCREASES FASTEST BELARUS BASE
Between the world stock exchanges last year the market value was the fastest growing stock market in Belarus. The market value of the Belarus stock market reached 127 billion 616.5 million dollars, up 127 times last year. The Belarus stock market, which managed to increase its market value by 132 percent in the previous year, was the first in the market value increase for over 2 years.
The Seychelles stock exchange (Trop-X) saw a 134.2 percent increase in Belarus, while the Vietnam stock exchange (Hochi Minh Stock Exchange) saw a 73.9 percent increase. Borsa Istanbul ranks 10th among the world stock exchanges with 44.3 percent increase in market value.
In the said period, the most declining stock market in the market was Sydney with a loss of 23.9 percent. The market value of the Sydney stock exchange, which was $ 134.5 million in December 2016, declined to $ 102.4 million in the same period last year.
Sidney lost the market value, followed by Qatar with 15.7 percent and Oman stock exchange with 8.6 percent.