If you want to be one of the top dollar traders in the Asian markets, you need to start with a local market.
And it’s no surprise to learn that this is where Asian market capitalization goes up and down, according to data released by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
This chart shows how the share of Asian markets in the U.S. stock market has increased in recent years.
The yellow bars show the share traded by Asian market cap as a percentage of U.s. stock cap, while the green bars show it as a percent of U,s.
The data shows that in the second quarter of 2018, the share held by Asian markets was up by 9.3 percent compared to the same quarter in 2017.
This represents an average of a 7.7 percent gain for the Asian market, up from an average gain of 4.3 per cent for the U,S.
This trend holds true for the 10-year U.,s Treasury note.
The Asian market was the third largest contributor to U. S. debt, contributing an average 3.9 percent of the $3.3 trillion U. in debt in 2017, up 6.5 percent from the same period in 2016.
Asian markets also provide investors with a diversified portfolio.
The dollar value of Asian assets increased 7.2 percent to $4.4 trillion as of the end of 2017.
But that was up from a 6.2% increase for U. States Treasury notes.
These are not just a handful of markets, the Asia markets are a huge portion of the U S stock market, according the data.
Asian markets account for more than 10 percent of total U. s. equity market capitalizations.
In terms of the 10 largest Asian markets at the end 2017, Shanghai and Hong Kong are the top two markets with an average share of 4 percent each.
Singapore, the second largest market in the region, has a 3.7 share.
Taiwan is the third, at 2.7 per cent, followed by Hong Kong at 1.5 per cent.
Other Asian markets have had some success at driving up U. and S. stocks.
Japan, which has seen its stock market value rise by nearly 2,000 percent over the past five years, has been one of Asia’s largest investors.
Japan’s foreign assets increased by almost a third to $5.2 trillion in 2017 from $4 trillion in 2016, and the country has become a major source of U S exports, with exports increasing by nearly 20 percent.
Despite its strength, there are still some markets in Asia where Asian markets are still growing.
China is one of those.
According to the data, China’s foreign holdings increased by nearly $10 billion to $30.9 trillion in the fourth quarter of 2017, and its foreign assets are projected to grow by another $2.2 billion to reach $37.5 trillion by 2020.
For now, however, China will continue to hold a smaller share of the market than it did in 2017 due to the rapid pace of change in Asia.
China is already the second-largest market for U,ss equities after the U.,s U. stock markets.
It has a larger share of U stocks than all of the rest of the world combined.
Still, there’s still plenty of room for growth for Asian markets as they become more diversified.
“It’s going to be interesting to see what happens in the future with Chinese stocks and the dollar as a foreign currency, as the market matures,” said John Taylor, chief investment officer at the U of A’s Institute of Global Business and Economic Studies.
While there’s no denying that the Asian and U. market markets are very different, the data also shows that the U is in a strong position to grow as Asian markets become more balanced.
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