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Five of the world's worst-performing stock indexes so far this year

Germany's DAX topped the world's best-performing stock indexes at +25.93% (values as of Oct. 16 at 4:30 p.m. ET). Here, a look at the worst-performing major world indexes and value raised or lost (in U.S. dollars) year-to-date.

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#1) IBEX 35 (Spain): -6.66%

Victor R. Caivano/AP

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#2) BM&F Bovespa (Brazil): -4.46%

Paulo Whitaker/Reuters

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#3) Nikkei 25 (Japan): +0.25%

Yuriko Nakao/Reuters

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#4) FTSE MIB (Italy): +6.68%

Tony Gentile/Reuters

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#5) TSX (Canada): +7.30%

Matthew Sherwood/The Globe and Mail

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