Most stock markets were able to replicate positive performance of the previous year during the 1st quarter 2013.
In geographic terms, U.S. stock indices and Asian markets showed the most gains. In Europe, performance was subdued due to slow economic growth and the crisis in Cypress. The stock indices of Spain, Italy, and also Austria's ATX all experienced price declines. Swiss stock indices, however, posted double-digit gains. During Q1,emerging market stocks lagged far behind those of developed nations.
With the exception of the commodity sector, all economic sectors were in positive territory. The health sector posted the best performance, followed by non-cyclical and cyclical consumer stocks. IT, energy and utility sectors underperformed.
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