Latvia: Stock market value traded

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 Latvia

Stock market value traded, percent of GDP

 Latest value 1.10
 Year 2004
 Measure percent
 Data availability 1995 - 2004
 Average 1.31
 Min - Max 0.00 - 3.43
 Source The World Federation of Exchanges
For that indicator, we provide data for Latvia from 1995 to 2004. The average value for Latvia during that period was 1.31 percent with a minimum of 0 percent in 1995 and a maximum of 3.43 percent in 2000. The latest value from 2004 is 1.1 percent. For comparison, the world average in 2004 based on 81 countries is 30.39 percent. See the global rankings for that indicator or use the country comparator to compare trends over time.
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Recent values chart
Latvia - Stock market value traded - Recent values chart

Historical chart
Latvia - Stock market value traded - historical chart - 1995-2004




Definition: The value of shares traded is the total number of shares traded, both domestic and foreign, multiplied by their respective matching prices. Figures are single counted (only one side of the transaction is considered). Companies admitted to listing and admitted to trading are included in the data. Data are end of year values.

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