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Stocks traded, total value (% of GDP)
2016,2015,2014,2013,2012,2011,2010,2009,2008,2007,2006,2005,2004,2003,2002,2001,2000,1999,1998,1997,1996,1995,1994,1993,1992,1991,1990,1989,1988,1987,1986,1985,1984,1983,1982,1981
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Stocks traded, total value (% of GDP)

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Timeline:
This timeline shows a graph from 1981 to 2016 of Chile. No data until 1980. Number of actual observations by date: 36.
Source name:
World Development Indicators
Source organization:
World Federation of Exchanges database.
Categories, topics:
Financial Sector
Last updated:
apr 23, 2017
Indicators value changes by year
Mean:
9.314
Minimum:
0.52
jan 1, 1985
Maximum:
26.628
jan 1, 2011
At the date of observation
Value
Absolute change
Change from previous value
jan 1, 1981
2.731
+2.731
0.0%
jan 1, 1982
1.375
-1.356
-49.64%
jan 1, 1983
0.908
-0.467
-33.98%
jan 1, 1984
0.541
-0.367
-40.39%
jan 1, 1985
0.52
-0.021
-3.93%
jan 1, 1986
0.873
+0.354
67.99%
jan 1, 1987
4.26
+3.387
387.72%
jan 1, 1988
6.057
+1.797
42.17%
jan 1, 1989
6.189
+0.132
2.18%
jan 1, 1990
6.62
+0.431
6.96%
jan 1, 1991
4.997
-1.623
-24.51%
jan 1, 1992
4.856
-0.141
-2.82%
jan 1, 1993
4.32
-0.536
-11.04%
jan 1, 1994
5.538
+1.218
28.19%
jan 1, 1995
9.606
+4.068
73.46%
jan 1, 1996
15.538
+5.931
61.74%
jan 1, 1997
1.423
-14.114
-90.84%
jan 1, 1998
8.97
+7.546
530.19%
jan 1, 1999
5.416
-3.553
-39.62%
jan 1, 2000
8.935
+3.519
64.96%
jan 1, 2001
7.266
-1.669
-18.68%
jan 1, 2002
5.628
-1.638
-22.54%
jan 1, 2003
3.75
-1.878
-33.37%
jan 1, 2004
9.716
+5.966
159.1%
jan 1, 2005
13.0
+3.284
33.8%
jan 1, 2006
16.439
+3.439
26.46%
jan 1, 2007
17.982
+1.543
9.38%
jan 1, 2008
26.093
+8.112
45.11%
jan 1, 2009
16.074
-10.02
-38.4%
jan 1, 2010
21.537
+5.463
33.99%
jan 1, 2011
26.628
+5.091
23.64%
jan 1, 2012
20.439
-6.189
-23.24%
jan 1, 2013
17.529
-2.91
-14.24%
jan 1, 2014
14.879
-2.65
-15.12%
jan 1, 2015
10.486
-4.393
-29.53%
jan 1, 2016
8.171
-2.315
-22.08%
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