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Competitiveness Measures

This site contains data from a variety of sources—including exchanges, the World Federation of Exchanges, financial databases and market participants—for 13 separate measures of the competitiveness of the U.S. public equity market.  These measures fall into five categories: (1) equity raised in public markets; (2) the relative size of the private Rule 144A and public equity markets in the U.S.; (3) cross-listings and delistings by foreign companies; (4) trading on U.S. and non-U.S. stock exchanges; and (5) regional origin of U.S. investment banking revenue.  Each measure goes back to the mid-1990s, or, if later in time, as far back as a consistent time series permits.  Below are the measures as of December 31, 2012.

Measures 1-5: Equity Raised in Public Markets

Measures 6-7: Relative Size of the Private Rule 144A and Public Equity Markets in the U.S.

Measures 8-9: U.S. Cross-Listings and Delistings by Foreign Companies

Measures 10-12: Trading on U.S. and Non-U.S. Exchanges

Measure 13: Regional Origin of U.S. Investment Bank Revenues

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