THE DON JONES INDEX…

 

GAINS POSTED in GREEN

LOSSES POSTED in RED

 

         7/31/17…  15,633.58

         7/24/17…  15,626.51

6/27/13…  15,000.00

 

 

 (THE DOW JONES INDEX: 7/31/17… 21,830.31; 7/24/17… 21,580.07 6/27/13… 15,000.00)

 

LESSON for JULY 31, 2017 – THAT WAS the WEEK THAT WAS!

 

Howdja like them olives.

Last week, we took a look at surveys by US, British and International organizations… including sleep, fitness, general health, physicians per capita and healthcare costs… and who came out on top?

Not the United States… but anybody who’s been following the Obamacare debacle and the Trumpcare neo-debacle held out much hope for any good news there.  In fact, if we had given full force and credit to the expense findings as compiled by the World Health Organization and the World Bank instead of halving their sum, America, which finished tied for 50th with the Seychelles (a scattering of islands about two and a half times the size of Washington DC in the middle of the Indian Ocean whose people live off tourism, fish and coconuts), would have fared much, much worse.

No – turns out the healthiest people in the world are the Greeks… and this is a massive, massive oxymoron (in fact, an oxycontin)!  The shiftless, bankrupt Greeks?

Well, as it turns out, when people have less money to spend, one of the things they stop spending on is healthcare… which means that doctors have to lower their rates, too, to keep their families in moussaka and ouzo.  And diet is part of the solution too, the so-called Mediterranean diet… light on processed foods, heavy on fish and vegetables and olive oil… has long been established as an advisory staple from the doctors and the experts (whether this advice is followed, or not).  More proof is the placing of the conflicted island of Cyprus at #2 and other Mediterranean nations finished high (and even higher in life expectancy)… Spain, France, Italy and, despite the occasional terrorism, Israel were in the top ten.  There were a few anomalies – Norway, Iceland, Sweden and the number one Japanese – but they also eat a lot of fish.

As for the United States, we may be in for a further fall if news out of Washington is of any consequence. 

We planned to move on to the second of Poor Richard’s consequences of living a virtuous life… with plenty of bed rest… wealth.  (Makes sense these days, the early risers are the first to access the overseas investment reports being that almost all of the wealth being created in America these days is paper.)  But health issues wouldn’t go away.  Despite being dead and buried deep, the miscellany of repeals, replacements and paper solutions that are collectively known as Trumpcare rose from the grave three… or four times… and kept the Senate up both late and early trying to find a fix before going out to recess.

Vice-president Pence used his tiebreaker to enable the sole resurrection, sending the repeal and replacement of Obamacare back for more votes after Senator McCain arose from his hospital bed (where he is being treated for cancer) to confirm the 50-50 tie.  The zombie walked again!  But Senate leader McConnell unveiled a secret replacement plan hardly anyone had time to read before having to vote… so both ultra-right and moderate Republicans joined the Democratic monolith in trashing it 57-43.  A repeal-only option also failed (but actually did better by two votes) and, on Friday, a final half and half replacement missed by one vote when McCain (perhaps more cognizant of healthcare expense issues since his illness) turned a thumbs down… literally.

The corpse had been rounded up and thrown back in a grave, dirt shoveled and the monuments men were busy carving out yet another tombstone.   Repeal and replace is garnering more gravesites than Arlington.

Rebuffed, President Trump pretended not to care and went to decaying Youngstown, Ohio where, as the band played “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, he proclaimed himself the second greatest Chief Executive in history (behind Lincoln), declaring “I can be more Presidential than any President in history.”  So there!

To prove it, he shook up his staff and cabinet, first replacing his humiliated Press Secretary Sean Spicer (and sending Melissa McCarthy into mourning).  His replacement was someone Trump could empathize with as another rich New Yorker… Wall Street developer Anthony “Mooch” Scaramucci, who immediately fired off obscene broadsides against Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and the missing-in-action Steve Bannon.  The weeping comedians and talkshow talkers perked up as the Mooch showed plenty of Spice himself and, at his debut press conference and making the rounds of Sunday talk shows, treated the media to a barrage of insults and non-sequiters, like this “exchange” with Chris Cuomo (son of Mario, brother of Andrew… one of the early contenders for 2020 nominee)…

          Cuomo:    “Why can’t you be straight?”

          Mooch:     “I’m straightly not answering that.”

(Perhaps hearing the word “straight”, POTUS straightened his tie and issued a decree kicking transgender soldiers out of the military.  The alt-right, which still retains reservations about his loyalty to the cause, were still waiting for the ban to be extended to all gays and lesbians, to women and, eventually, to blacks and Mexicans.)

Mooch also touted his “symmetrical” loyalty to Trump and, shortly thereafter, turned his purple glare of death upon Priebus who promptly exploded.  His replacement, Gen. John Kelly of Homeland Security has been praised as somebody who can bring discipline to the Trump cabinet – if not the President himself.  As of this morning, the scorecard reads…

Trump:     Blaming Sessions for not covering up his Russian adventures and floating plans to replace Special Proscutor Mueller (perhaps with a “symmetrical” toady like Rudy Giuliani or, despite his misadventures in baseball parks, Chris Christie.

Mooch:     Blaming Priebus as a nutjob (mission accomplished) and titillating America with fantasies of strange sex with Steve Bannon.

Bannon:   Still incommunicado, reportedly asleep in his coffin in the White House basement.  If he hasn’t surfaced by Thursday, POTUS is likely to send Jared down to see if his chief of strategy is still alive.

Jared:       Denying all things Russian but, with Donald Junior, lawyering up.

McCain:   Stiffs McConnell and Trump despite all the nice, heroic things they said about him while he was in the hospital.  Will the President revert to scoffing at his military record and his preference for soldiers who didn’t get caught?

R&R:        Dead and buried, but it’s leaped out of the grave 50-something times before.

 

Therefore, with a nod to an old TV show few remember, our State of the Union…

President Trump is feuding with his Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, because the courtly old Confederate drew the line on recusing and refusing to help cover up the President’s Russian roulette game by firing special prosecutor Robert Mueller.  He takes it out on the transgenders, angering Caitlyn Jenner.

Mueller continues his investigations, which now center upon pampered princes Don Trump Junior and son-in-law Jared Kushner, who met with a sexy Russian lawyer with a skin condition, ostensibly to confer about adoptions but really because she and a shadowy music promoter promised dirt on Hillary that proved to be nothing special.

Jared and wife, first daughter Ivanka, were behind the scenes players in the game of drones that had settled over embattled and humiliated Press Secretary Sean Spicer like an angry tornado of stinging wasps.

Spicer was mowed down, last week, done in by the aforesaid Anthony “Mooch” Scaramucci who dispatched the beloved (by comedians) flak by turning upon him the Purple Glare of Death.

Scaramucci proved to be more than a competent replacement for Spicer in the hearts and minds of trainwreck-loving Americans when he indulged the gawkers by launching into an obscene and slanderous tirade against Trump’s dueling influence peddlers – Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Chief of Strategy Stephen Bannon who, he insinuated, was capable of performing an unnatural act upon himself in defiance of all known medical and contortional philosophies.

Priebus was also slain after a short encounter with the Mooch and his Purple Glare.  His eulogy for the fired Republican loyalist (trigger warning – barnyard obscenities) included accolades like “fucking paranoid schizophrenic” and “paranoid” and he vowed that he would hunt down Pentagon and White House leakers and kill them, perhaps in the company of Ted Nugent, Steven Seagal or an elite military black ops team.  He was promptly replaced by Homeland Security’s General John Kelly as speculations whirled that the new head of H.S. would be another Easterner, perhaps former Mayor Rudy Giuliani or Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Christie, however, threw more cold water on his prospects after altercations with baseball fans at home and in Milwaukee after being lambasted and lampooned for closing the Jersey shore and sunning his ample self with friends and relatives.  His poll numbers are reportedly even worse than Trump’s!

Bannon, meanwhile was missing in action and hasn’t been seen or heard from in weeks.  Rumors have it that he is sleeping in his coffin in the White House basement, perhaps waiting for all of his rivals to destroy themselves.  If he hasn’t risen within a week, Trump will probably send Rick Perry down to see if he’s still breathing.

Perry was having his own Russian troubles.  A pair of comedians known as the “Jerky Boys of Russia” pretended to be Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman, soliciting support for a new fuel made from alcohol and manure, and Perry reportedly reciprocated by giving them cyberhacking codes.  The jokers have previously punk’d Elton John and Senator John McCain.  Oops!

McCain, meanwhile, postponed his brain cancer surgery to cast the all-important tie vote that allowed Republicans to inaugurate another Repeal and Replace debate.  But, after two measures failed, he stiffed the President and Senate Majority leader McConnell by literally turning thumbs down on the so-called “skinny repeal”.

McConnell finally let the healthcare issue be interred as Senators scampered out of Washington to begin their month-long recess, at which they may be found playing tetherball, flipping baseball cards, anything to avoid having to hold town hall meetings with constituents who are likely to escalate from shouting to throwing shoes and vegetables at the do-nothing pols.

 

And that was just all in the course of a week.  Which brings us back to Trump, who took full credit for the recent Dow Jones spike which has, admittedly, been impressive.  Don Jones shared in the gains, but made more if he owns a home, as real estate value are soaring (although sales are off).  Some dangers on the horizon, though, particularly the underreported Saudi-Qatari tiff which, if it escalates to a shooting war, will like cause a spike in gas prices for the Labor Day holiday… not helped by the meltdown of Venezuela and concomitant US sanctions.

Oh… and this breaking news as we went to press (or pixels)… Scaramucci is scara-douchied.  Under severe pressure from Ivanka and Melania (not to mention a horrified General Kelly), POTUS told the Mooch to clean out his office and git.  Pundits are already punditizing about potential Press Secretary III candidates, which include… yup!... Giuliani and Christie.  But not Steven Seagal.

 

 

THE DON JONES INDEX

CHART of CATEGORIES w/VALUE ADDED to EQUAL BASELINE of 15,000

(REFLECTING… approximately… DOW JONES INDEX of June 27, 2013)

See a further explanation of categories here

 

ECONOMIC INDICES (60%)

                                                                                                                                             

DON JONES’ PERSONAL ECONOMIC INDEX (45% of TOTAL INDEX POINTS)

 

 

INCOME

 

(24%)

BASE

6/27/13

      RECKONINGS

       LAST             CHANGE

 

NEXT

DON

7/24/17

DON

7/31/17

 

OUR SOURCE(S) and COMMENTS

 

 

 

Wages (hourly, per capita)    

9%

1350 points 

       7/10/17

+0.14%

8/7/17

     1,452.33

 

     1,452.33

 

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-states/wages   22.03 nd

Median Income (yearly)

4%

600

7/31/17

+0.04%

8/7/17

644.48

644.73

debtclock.org/    30,355

Unempl. (BLS – in millions

4%

600

7/10/17

+2.27%

8/7/17

     1,034.48

     1,034.48

http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/LNS14000000     4.4 nd

   Official (DC - in millions)

2%

300

7/31/17

-0.25%

8/7/17

512.14

513.40

http://www.usdebtclock.org/      6,913

   Unofficl. (DC - in millions)

2%

300

7/31/17

+0.04%

8/7/17

487.52

487.31

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    13,655

Workforce Participation

     Number (in millions)

     Percentage (DC)

2%

300

7/31/17

 

+0.03%

+0.01%

8/7/17

288.31

288.34

Americans in/not in workforce (mil.) 

In: 153,331 Out 94,825 Total 247,156

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    62.04%

WP Percentage (ycharts)*

1%

150

7/31/17

+0.32%

8/7/17

150.07

150.07

http://ycharts.com/indicators/labor_force_participation_rate   62.80%

 

 

OUTGO

    (15%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Inflation (aggregate)

7%

1050

7/31/17

nc

August, 2017

995.84

995.84

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm       0

 

Inflation – Food

2%

300

7/31/17

nc

August, 2017

280.94

280.94

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm       0

 

               - Gasoline

2%

300

7/31/17

-2.8%

August, 2017

393.30

393.30

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    -2.8

 

               - Medical Costs

2%

300

7/31/17

+0.3%

August, 2017

269.44

269.44

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    +0.3

 

               -  Shelter

2%

300

7/31/17

+0.2%

August, 2017

289.12

289.12

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    +0.2

 

 

WEALTH

(6%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dow Jones Index

2%

300

7/31/17

+01.16%

8/7/17

380.34

384.75

Dow – 21,830.31

Homes – Sales

             -  Valuation

1%

1%

150

150

7/31/17      7/31/17

Sales   -1.78%  Valu.  +4.35%

July, 2017

202.30         225.97

198.70         235.80

http://www.realtor.org/research-and-statistics nd

Sales (M):  5.52 Valuations (K):  263.8

Debt (Personal)

2%

300

7/31/17

+0.05%

8/7/17

263.39

263.26

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    56,566

 

 

AMERICAN ECONOMIC INDEX (15% of TOTAL INDEX POINTS)

 

 

NATIONAL

(10%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenues (in trillions – tr.)

2%

300

7/31/17

 +0.02%

8/7/17

377.10

377.18

debtclock.org/       3.307

Expenditures (in tr.)

2%

300

7/31/17

 +0.10%

8/7/17

265.53

265.26

debtclock.org/       3.981

National Debt (tr.)

3%

450

7/31/17

 +0.02%

8/7/17

366.49

366.43

http://www.usdebtclock.org/     19.968

Aggregate Debt (tr.)

3%

450

7/31/17

+0.04%

8/7/17

379.45

379.30

http://www.usdebtclock.org/     67,644

 

 

 

GLOBAL

(5%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Debt (tr.)

2%

300

7/31/17

-0.07%

8/7/17

317.44

317.65

http://www.usdebtclock.org/   6.033

 

Exports (in billions – bl.)

1%

150

7/31/17

+0.52%

8/7/17

153.81

153.81

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html   191.0 nd

 

Imports (bl.)

1%

150

7/31/17

-0.04%

8/7/17

136.11

136.11

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html   238.5

 

Trade Deficit (bl.)

1%

150

7/31/17

-2.37% 

8/7/17

107.76

107.76

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html     46.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                 SOCIAL INDICES (40%)

                       LIBERTY and SECURITY INDEX           (15%) 

ACTS of MAN

(9%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Peace

3%

450

7/31/17

-0.2%

8/7/17

428.98

428.12

North Korea fires missiles that expert say can hit New York and Washington.  Retaliatory sanctions imposed on Russia; Navy fires on Iranian ships.

 

Terrorism

2%

300

7/31/17

-0.3%

8/7/17

236.58

237.29

Australian plot foiled.  ISIS is pulling out of Raqqa.

 

Private/Public Corruption 

2%

300

7/31/17

-0.1%

8/7/17

308.05

308.36

Ex-staffer for Congresswoman and Hillary shill Debbie Wasserman is indicted for fraud.  A Pakistani, he blames racism.  Jeff Sessions not involved.

 

Crime

1%

150

7/31/17

+0.2%

8/7/17

241.54

241.30

Road rage soaring and man accused of killing wife on an Alaskan cruise (cruise rage?)  Indianapolis cop ambushed, Honolulu passes a distracted walking law.

 

 

ACTS of GOD             

(6%)

(with, in some cases, a little… or lots of… help from men, and a few women)

 

 

 

Environment/Weather

3%

450

7/31/17

   +0.1%

8/7/17

369.23

369.60

Scientists discover water on the moon – so why waste fuel emigrating to Mars?  Poison police cars recalled by Ford.

 

Natural/Unnatural Disasters

3%

450

7/31/17

   +0.3%

8/7/17

385.33

384.17

Huge eurofires in ritzy San Tropez and Spanish music festival, Fireball carny ride breaks apart in Columbus, Ohio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         LIFESTYLE and JUSTICE INDEX          (15%)

Science, Tech. & Education

4%

600

7/31/17

-0.2%

8/7/17

610.83

612.05

“Forever GI” bill allows more vets to attend college.  Rich techie guys Zuckerberg (pro) and Musk (con) face off on pros and cons of artificial intelligence.  Videos of teacher begging at intersections for school supplies for kids goes viral.

 

Equality (economic/social)

4%

600

7/31/17

+0.3%

8/7/17

736.90

734.69

President Trump indulges himself during a bad week by kicking transgenders out of the military and his AG Sessions opines “the law does not protect gays in the workplace”.

 

Health

4%

600

7/31/17

-0.1%

8/7/17

549.36

548.81

Doctors say that sperm counts in the West are declining (blaming laptops and hot tubs) and find that 87% of retired NFL players have brain injuries.  But they also say that vapes and alcohol are good for you.  Not Mexican moonshine – that kills a tourist in Cancun.  And Cubs fan experiencing a baby boom 9 months after Series win.

 

Freedom and Justice                        

3%

450

7/31/17

-0.4%

8/7/17

495.30

493.32

Speaking of things Cubby, Gov, Christie gets into a flap with fan after catching a foul ball.  Liberty slides towards oblivion: Wisconsin company plants the Mark of the Beast (microchips) in workers, employers whine that so many workers fail drug test that government contracts are lost and British bureaucrats refuse to let Baby Charlie go to America for experimental treatment – so he dies.  Well done!  Trump allows that a little bit of police brutality is not necessarily a bad thing.

 

                     

                       MISCELLANEOUS and TRANSIENT INDEX        (10%)

All miscellaneous incidents

 (transient and cultural)

10%

1000

7/10/17

+0.1%

7/31/17

1046.24

1047.29

Rick Perry is punked by Russian comedians.  Distillers improve whiskey by playing music while it ages in barrels.  Cobra smuggler caught hiding snakes in potato chip cans… surprise!... and nautical oafs catch a shark and drag it to death behind their boat.  Hillary cashes in on her tell-all book, Bezos and Gates struggle for richest American crown while Justin Bieber runs over the paparazzi.  US beats Jamaica to win world cup in soccer.  RIP to the architect of Disneyland and to June Foray, voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel, who turns out to have been a transgender all along, inspiring this editorial of condemnation in the Manteca (CA) rag: “Someone (some squirrel) who has issues with their gender and body aren’t going to be the best candidates for military service (or secret agent work, fighting evil Russians). They have some serious issues to deal with that need to be address before joining a regimented existence where lives are on the line.”  Boris Badenov laughs, Frostbite Falls weeps.

 

 

The Don Jones Index for the week of July 24th through July 30th, 2017 was UP 7.07 points. 

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From last week…

 

 

ATTACHMENT ONE

 

The Don Jones Index Health and Healthcare Composite Indices…

 


 

 

Country

Sleep

Fitness

Life Expectancy

Health Expenses as % of…

Physicians per capita

Average Ranking

 

 

 

 

 

Per Cap. Inc.:

Gross D. Prod.

Total

 

 

 

 

Fitbit

Rank           Rank      Avg. Rank

Lancet

 

World Health Org.

Years      Rank

World Health Org.

Rank         Score

 

OECD/World Bank Rank         Score

 

Rank

Nationmaster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Greece

23

 

22*

26

81.0

25

152

2098

 

136

8.1

144

6

44.6

2

Cyprus

 

 

 

17

80.5

29

151

2062

 

 

119

7.4

85

51

45.5

3

Singapore

30

 

30*

2

83.1

3

175

4047

 

 

49

4.9

112

81

45.6

4

Switzerland

6

5

5.5

19

83.4

2

187

6468

 

 

181

11.7

184

17

45.6

5

Iceland

 

 

 

1

82.7

7

173

3882

 

 

146

8.9

159.5

16

45.8

6

Slovak Rep

1

 

1*

37

76.7

47

154

2179

 

 

91

6.1

122.5

34

46.3

7

Czech Rep

4

16

10

34

78.8

33

153

2146

 

 

120

7.4

136.5

22

47.1

8

Australia

46

14

30

10

82.8

4

177

4357

 

 

156

9.4

161.5

47

47.5

9

Spain

24

7

15.5

7

82.8

5

164

2966

 

 

150

9.0

157

30

48.1

10

Sweden

33

3

18

3

82.4

10

185

5219

 

 

182

11.9

183.5

26

48.1

11

Belgium

20

13

16.5

18

81.1

23

178

4392

 

 

169

10.6

173.5

12

48.6

12

Portugal

12

17

14.5

22

81.1

21

162

2690

 

 

157

9.5

159.5

26

48.6

13

Netherlands

18

4

11

8

81.9

14

184

5202

 

 

173

10.9

178.5

34

49.1

14

Germany

10

9

9.5

15

81.0

24

183

5182

 

 

177

11.3

180

23

50.4

15

Finland

26

8

17

6

81.1

22

170

3701

 

 

159

9.7

164.5

46

51.1

16

France

16

20

18

24

82.4

9

179

4508

 

 

180

11.5

179.5

25

51.1

17

Italy

13

15

15

20

82.7

6

167

3239

 

 

153

9.2

160

8

51.8

18

Austria

8

11

9.5

31

81.5

18

182

5039

 

 

176

11.2

179

23

52.1

19

Israel

27

26

26.5

23

82.5

8

161

2599

 

 

133

7.8

147

13

52.3

20

United Kingdom

44

2

23

5

81.2

20

168

3377

 

 

151

9.1

159,5

55

52.6

21

Argentina

 

27

27*

52

76.3

50

127

1137

 

 

45

4.8

86

37

53

22

Luxembourg

 

 

 

12

82.0

13

188

6812

 

 

106

6.9

147

43

53.75

23

Denmark

22

6

14

16

80.6

27

181

4782

 

 

172

10.8

176.5

40

54.8

24

Estonia

 

 

 

29

77.6

40

140

1668

 

 

95

6.4

117.5

33

54.8

25

Ukraine

9

24

16.5

118

71.3

104

84

584

 

 

112

7.1

98

39

55.1

26

St. Lucia

 

 

 

 

75.2

66

95

698

 

 

103

6.7

99

4

56.2

27

Malta

 

 

 

14

81.7

16

166

3072

 

 

160

9.7

163

32

56.25

28

Canada

41

19

30

9

82.2

12

180

4641

 

 

167

10.4

173.5

57

56.3

29

Armenia

 

 

 

86

74.8

73

64

362

 

 

37

4.5

50.5

18

56.9

30

Japan

35

18

26.5

27

83.7

1

171

3727

 

 

164

10.2

167.5

63

57

31

Andorra

 

 

 

4

 

 

176

4273

 

 

135

8.1

155.5

14

57.8

32

Turkmen

 

 

 

60

66.3

132

59

320

 

 

3

2.1

31

9

58

33

Ireland

49

1

25

13

81.4

19

172

3801

 

 

132

7.8

152

41

60

34

Qatar

39

 

39*

89

78.2

35

165

3071

 

 

4

2.2

84.5

54

60.2

35

Uruguay

 

 

 

38

77.0

44

145

1792

 

 

143

8.6

144

15

60.25

36

New Zeal

47

10

28.5

30

81.6

17

174

4018

 

 

174

11.0

174

55

60.9

37

Mexico

32

 

12*

69

76.7

46

126

1122

 

 

94

6.3

110

78

61

38

Brunei

 

 

 

21

77.7

39

144

1778

 

 

6

2.6

75

111

61.5

39

Un. Arab Emir.

36

 

36*

84

77.1

43

157

2405

 

 

24

3.6

90.5

62

63.2

40

Romania

14

 

14*

74

75.0

67

124

1079

 

 

72

5.6

98

67

64

41

Poland

5

22

13.5

39

77.5

41

138

1570

 

 

98

6.4

118

47

64.6

42

Latvia

 

 

 

45

74.6

79

111

940

 

 

85

5.9

98

37

64.75

43

Norway

40

12

26

11

81.8

15

186

6347

 

 

161

9.7

173.5

34

64.8

44

Slovenia

 

 

 

25

80.8

26

163

2698

 

 

154

9.2

158.5

53

65.6

45

Croatia

 

 

 

42

78.0

36

139

1652

 

 

131

7.8

135

50

65.75

46

Cuba

 

 

 

66

79.1

32

159

2475