The market cap of the stock market is more than $1 trillion, according to a new study

Bloomberg Markets is the most-trusted place in the world for investing your money.

But now, thanks to a study that shows the world’s financial system is in a state of meltdown, the world is losing faith in the site.

“Market cap, which measures the total market capitalization of a company or a financial institution, is the biggest single measure of a firm’s valuation,” the study by Credit Suisse Group AG said.

“The study found that the market cap has reached its highest point in more than five years.”

The chart below illustrates the market’s current value as of Monday.

As of Monday, the total value of all the assets on the market was at $1.19 trillion.

But the number of shares outstanding in the market is at a record low.

At this point in 2017, the number was at 2.9 trillion.

The market cap is set at $9.1 trillion.

That would make the market the largest single asset in the universe.

But that’s only the start.

The study said the world economy is in deep trouble.

It’s estimated that the world population is projected to grow from 9.5 billion people in 2020 to 11.2 billion in 2026.

That means the economy will be smaller than the world had projected at the start of the year.

That could lead to a huge fall in the value of the U.S. dollar and the cost of imported goods, which could have a massive impact on the global economy.

That would make U.K. and French imports much more expensive, hurting the U, and French exports much more costly, hurting other countries.

That could have serious consequences for the global economic recovery, the study said.

The chart shows the current value of market cap in the U and France.

The red line shows the number in 2017.

The green line shows today’s value.

Source: Credit Susese Bloomberg Markets: How to Invest Your Money