Data suggests that stock returns between the US and Australia have a 304 correlation between the US and France
Data suggests that stock returns between the US and Australia have a .304 correlation, between the US and France a .225 correlation, Germany, .170, Japan, .137, The Netherlands, .271, Switzerland, .272, and the United Kingdom, .279. The exhibit also suggests that returns between individual stocks within the US have an average correlation of .439. Why are returns less correlated between countries than they are within the US? What are the implications of this for portfolio creation?
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