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Market Cap to GDP: An Updated Look at the Buffett Valuation Indicator

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] With the Q1 GDP Advance Estimate and the April close data, we now have an updated look at the popular "Buffett Indicator" -- the ratio of corporate equities to GDP. The current reading is 209.2%, up from 193.3% the previous quarter.

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With the Q1 GDP Advance Estimate and the April close data, we now have an updated look at the popular "Buffett Indicator" -- the ratio of corporate equities to GDP. The current reading is 209.2%, up from 193.3% the previous quarter.

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