# Global Market Valuations

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Current global stock market valuation matrix. UK, Germany and Japan still relatively cheap compared to US while China has sunk into the 'very cheap' zone.

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Interesting that Denmark is up that high in the space

maybe this is the reason?

After almost six years of negative interest rates, Copenhageners are enjoying a property boom that’s making them richer than ever before."

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Speaking of a very cheap China market this from Bloomberg;

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# China's Investors are Being Offered Cheapest Money in Years

Emma Dai, Tian Chen and Carrie Hong
August 7, 2018, 9:00 PM GMT+1Updated on August 8, 2018, 5:01 AM GMT+1
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Falling funding, hedging costs pin sweet spot for bond buyers
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Easier monetary stance posts challenge for exchange rate
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Yes @Kodiak, I wondered about Denmark too, if they are having a property boom they must be about the only country that is, everyone else is entering a down turn. Reading the article looks like Denmark were behind the curve in the global property market boom.

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