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Updated statistics on cross-border capital markets

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07 Sep 2003

Cross-border capital markets are an important reason why global accounting standards are needed.

On our Statistics Page you can view and download various statistics that demonstrate the globalisation of the world's capital markets. We have updated the following statistics in the past several days:

  • Number of Companies Listed on 50 Major World Stock Exchanges, with Domestic and Foreign Split (31 July 2003)
  • Non-US Companies Listed on New York Stock Exchange (469 companies from 51 countries at 20 August 2003)
  • Non-US Companies Listed on NASDAQ Market (342 companies from 37 countries at June 2003)
  • Non-US Companies Registered with the SEC (1,319 companies from 59 countries at 31 December 2002)
  • Non-UK Companies Listed on London Stock Exchange Main Board and AIM (447 companies from 63 countries at 31 July 2003)
  • Comprehensive Global Capital Market Statistics - World Federation of Exchanges Annual Statistical Report 2002
  • Link to Fortune 2003 Global 500
  • United Nations Conference on Trade and Development World Investment Report 2003

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