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NEWSLETTERS & ALERTS
In 2018, Double-Digit Loses for Most Financial Stocks (DB -56%, CS -40%, AMP -39%)
Biggest Winners: CME Group (+26%)
Biggest Losers: Deutsche Bank (-56%), Credit Suisse (-40%), Ameriprise (-29%), AIG (-35%), Goldman Sachs (-35%)
The Financialish Stock Index, which is comprised of the 30 largest financial services companies, took it on the chin in 2018. Only 4 companies our of companies gained ground during the year,, while most of the remaining 26 companies experienced double-digit losses in 2018.
- CME [Exchange] Group was the biggest winner, gaining 26% in market price. The other 3 sported single-digit advances.
- Deutsche Bank was the biggest loser, losing 56% in market price. Goldman Sachs lost 35%, while JPMorgan lost 'only' 10%.
Here are the 30 stocks that comprise the Financialish Stock Index, as listed in Market Capitalization order - courtesy of Yahoo! Finance.