Despite some rockiness recently, US stocks have gone on a nice run over the last year, as seen in this S&P 500 chart.
So how does that U.S. rally stand in comparison to the rest of the world? In a new report, Bank of America has an excellent big chart showing how a whole range of global financial markets have performed when priced in U.S. dollars. As you can see in the column on the far right, India is the big winner. German stocks have not done much when priced in dollars, thanks to the weakening euro. And way down at the bottom of the list you see Greek stocks, which have been killed. Note that the report is from a couple days ago, so some of the numbers will be slightly off, though not by much.