SINGAPORE, Sept 18 (Reuters) - A year has passed since the collapse of Lehman Brothers but credit markets have not completely thawed, the U.S. housing market is still floundering and risk aversion and wealth protection are key themes for investors.
But in other ways, things are returning to normal. The following charts show key assets and economic indicators and how many of them have returned close to where they were the day Lehman went under.
For a graphic showing equity index performance, click: here
For a graphic showing MSCI world index performance, click: here
For a graphic showing commodity market performance, click: here
For a graphic showing U.S. unemployment and industrial production, click:
here (Reporting by Catherine Trevethan)
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