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Ratio of total market cap over GDP: Maximum - 202%; Minimum - 80%; current - 202%
Expected future annual return: %
ETF Used for dividend yield: EWK
Market Index used: BEL20
Current Annual GDP: $470 billion US dollars
in billions of national currency (Annual growth=%
Data since year 2010How to interpret the data:
If we have less than 20 years of data, the history of the data is certainly too short for an accurate prediction of future returns. The current ratio of market cap over GDP in this page gives you an idea on where the market stands from historical perspective.
BelgiumHistorical GDP Growth
Historical GDP of Belgium
in billions of national currency. The GDP has grown at the annual rate of %
over the past 8 years. Current Annual GDP: $470billion US dollars
in billions of national currency
Belgium GDP (Billion, National Currency)
Historical Stock Market Cap
Historical total market of Belgium
in billions of national currency. This value is normalized using the data published by WorldBank. BEL20
is used for the normalization. The BEL20 is a market value-weighted index for the 20 largest companies traded in Belgium.
Belgium Total Market Cap (Billion, National Currency)
Historical Ratio of Total Market Cap over GDP (%)
The current ratio of total market cap over GDP for Belgium
. The historical high was 202%
; the historical low was 80%
. If we assume that the ratio will reverse to the historical mean of 115%
over the next 8 years, the contribution to expected annual return is %
. This is the detailed historical chart of the ratio.
Belgium Ratio of Total Market Cap over GDP (%)
The stock market of Belgium
is expected to return %
a year for the coming years. This is from the contribution of economic growth: %
, Dividend Yield: %
and valuation reverse to the mean %
The history of the data is probably too short for an accurate prediction of future returns. The current ratio of market cap over GDP in this page gives you an idea on where the market stands from historical perspective.
This is the projected return of the stock market in Belgiumrelative to other countries. Click on each bar in the chart to go to other countries:
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