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        This chart of State Street Investor Confidence Index vs the NASDAQ composite covers 1998 through today. The State Street Investor Confidence Index Fell From 88.7 to 82.6 in October 2007. Graphs are PDFs. Click the link to view the charts.

        Press Release: Investor Confidence Index Falls From 88.7 to 82.6 in October

        Boston, October 23, 2007 – State Street Global Markets, the investment research and trading arm of State Street Corporation (NYSE:STT), today released the results of the State Street Investor Confidence Index® for October 2007.

        Global Investor Confidence fell by 6.1 points to a level of 82.6, from last month’s revised reading of 88.7. Sentiment in North America declined from 102.8 to 89.2. Asian investors were also feeling more cautious, resulting in a decline of 1.7 points in the Asian Confidence Index. Only in Europe did institutional risk appetite improve, rising from 82.9 to 83.6.


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