Using our interactive Stock Seasonality tool (start a free premium trial now to use it if you’re not yet a member), we wanted to see which countries had the best stock market performance around the turn of the month from March to April.
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The chart below shows the five best and five worst performing country stock markets from March 27th through April 3rd of each year. (Here we use median % change and we go back 28 years.)
As shown, India and Brazil have been the best performing stock markets during this period with median gains of more than 2%. On the downside, Oman and Greece have seen the largest declines with median drops of -0.49% and -0.30%, respectively. The S&P 500 has posted a median change of +0.64% during this period over the last 28 years.
Both the chart above and the table below are snapshots from the seasonality screen we ran using our Stock Seasonality tool. The table below shows the best-performing country stock markets from 3/27 to 4/3. For each country, we show its median % change during this period along with the percentage of the time it has been positive, the percentage of time it has outperformed the S&P 500, and then how it has performed during this period in each of the last ten years.
India has been the clear leader among countries with positive returns 75% of the time between 3/27 and 4/3. The Euro STOXX 50 index is the only other country in the table that has posted gains 75% of the time.
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