The value of the S&P 500 stock index rose more than 6 percent in 2018, according to data released by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The data, released Friday by the agency, shows that the S &Ps market value rose more quickly than the S;P 600, which rose about 6 percent.
The S&s market value grew 2.5 percent, the highest since the SEC began tracking the index in 1990.
In 2018, the S -P 500 gained more than $2 trillion.
The index gained more in 2019, which was the most since the index began tracking in 2020.
The SEC said that the index has a long history of increasing in value.
In fact, the index gained about 2 percent annually for the past 60 years, according the agency.
The indexes market value increased by an average of 10.4 percent a year for the last 40 years.
The latest figures from the SEC come as stocks across the globe are gaining on the strength of Trump’s election and the Republican agenda.
Investors are eager for new growth in U.S. businesses.
And the market is expecting a major shake-up in the tax code, which is due to be released next week.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained nearly 20 percent since Trump’s inauguration, with more than 1,000 stocks outperforming the S.P. 500.
The Nasdaq Composite index is up nearly 10 percent and is up more than 10 percent since last year.
The average of the Dow Jones index and the S ;P 500 has risen more than 12 percent since the end of the first quarter.
Investors have also been eager for a return to the Dow’s high point of 18,000, when the index topped 2,700.
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Here are some other important facts from the latest data:The S&P 500 is the largest publicly traded U.K.-listed company in the world.
The number of shares in the index rose by about 3.7 percent in the first two months of the year.
The S;p 500 is up 10.7% from a year ago.
The value was higher in the second quarter, but the index was still up 5.7%.
The S;pe is up 5 percent since January.
The Dow Jones industrial average gained more $5.4 trillion in 2017, according a Bloomberg calculation.
The market value of S&ams listed companies increased by $1.5 trillion during the same period.
In 2017, the Dow posted a loss of $4.3 trillion.
The Nasdaq composite index rose an average 3.6 percent annually over the past 40 years, the SEC said.
The price index rose about 7 percent during the period.