Global Interactive Map: The Week’s Trading

Here’s an interactive global map (free WSJ) of the week’s trading.  Watch how the week progressed, Scroll over any country, and you get their Bourse performance for that day:

click for interactive global bourse map
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Map courtesy of WSJ

 

Source:
A Week of Volatility
WSJ Markets Data Group
February 27 -  March 2, 2007
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