Fundamental Valuation Ratios – a focus still on Russia, Poland and China stock markets

In the table below you can see fundamental ratios for International Equity Markets:

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Please see a post published about 3 months ago:
Fundamental Valuation Ratios – why I invest in Russia and Poland and I am not so keen on investing in UK shares

As we see, Russian, Polish and Chinese stock markets are still the best value for money.
That is why the composition of my investments is such:

Warsaw Stock Exchange wallet

Investment wallet in £

Apart from stocks being cheap in terms of value they provide, those markets gained much because of pound decline to other currencies – in this moment unit of my investment portfolio in £ is +36.79% and such big change happened in less than 5 months – see the table below.

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