What does the Capital Markets Index mean?

The Capital Markets index is a measure of the value of financial assets, including stock, property, bonds and bank loans, held by investors around the world.

The index has risen sharply in the last two years, with a rise of almost 30% in the first three months of 2017.

The latest data shows the index rose by almost 2.7% in January, up from 0.7%.

In contrast, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the benchmark index, dropped by more than 1% in 2017.

Capital markets index is now up by 2.5% over the past year Source: Capital Markets (Reuters) The latest figures for the index show it rose by 2,721 points over the period.

This is the highest rise since January, and is the fastest gain since February.

But the gains are not as pronounced as those seen in the US in the late 1990s, when the index hit an all-time high of nearly 9,000 points.

The increase in the index is also the biggest in almost two decades.

The Dow Jones index rose almost 3,000 from February 2000 to January 2017, and its value increased by more 8,600 points during that period.

In comparison, the index has grown by 1,719 points in the past two years.

Investors around the globe are now buying assets and buying more of them, pushing up the value in financial assets.

Investors are also buying more property, which is increasing the value.

But that increase is not as big as the ones seen in recent years, when property prices rose by more 2,700 points over a three-year period.

The rise in the value is also being driven by rising interest rates, with yields on the 10-year US Treasury bond rising by nearly 1% over last year.

The US Federal Reserve is watching to see if the economy can grow enough to boost inflation and create enough jobs. 

What is the Capital Market Index? 

The Capital Markets is a broad index of asset values in more than 20 asset classes, including stocks, bonds, mortgages, and mutual funds.

The chart below shows the latest figures from the index, and it shows the number of shares traded in each of the asset classes over the last year:  The chart shows the share market in the most recent quarter.

The top five shares in the list are the top five in each asset class, and the bottom five are the bottom six.

 This is not the same as the index that was launched in 2002, the latest year for which the figures are available.

The top 10% of shares were the top 10%, and the top 50% of the total share market was the top 500, which also happened to be the largest in the world at the time.

But in that year, the sharemarket was in the bottom half of the world, which means it had the lowest value of the entire group.

It has since risen to the top, and this year it was up by more to about 20%.

The chart also shows that the top 100 companies in the group have a sharemarket value of about $1 trillion, with the top 200 companies having a market value of around $50 trillion.

But it is not a total number, as a few of the largest companies are not included in the charts.

This year, for example, there are about 3,200 companies listed in the chart.

It is the most important index of all time, and investors are investing heavily. 

Why does the capital markets index matter? 

In the past decade, financial assets have been at the heart of a global crisis, driven by a massive housing bubble.

This financial bubble has also driven up interest rates to historic lows, and that has made financial assets less attractive. 

The market for financial assets is now bigger than the market for everything, so the value will be much higher.

But how much does it really mean?

The dollar value of a stock is one of the most widely used measures of financial asset value, but the dollar value is not just a measure for financial asset values.

It also includes the prices of other assets, such as currencies, bonds or real estate.

The price of an investment is usually the cost of borrowing money for that asset.

This price of money has a certain impact on the value that can be created. 

It is therefore important to look at the price of financial instruments that are held by people around the country. 

For example, when you borrow money, you are borrowing a specific amount of money, which has a cost to you.

If the cost to borrow is high, that means that you will have to pay interest.

That is because interest rates are very low.

If interest rates rise, that reduces the amount of interest that people are willing to pay, because they are not willing to borrow as much money.

This can be a real problem, because people want to buy assets that are expected to appreciate.

The Federal Reserve has said that it will be lowering its interest rates in the coming months. How