THE DON JONES INDEX…

 

GAINS POSTED in GREEN

LOSSES POSTED in RED

 

         10/9/17…  15,668.11

10/2/17…  15,608.79

6/27/13…  15,000.00

 

 

 (THE DOW JONES INDEX: 10/9/17… 22,773.67; 10/2/17… 22,364.70; 6/27/13… 15,000.00)

 

 

LESSON for October 9, 2017 – AND the WINNER IS…

 

The Don Jones Index (as opposed to the Dow, which tracks the progress and performance of corporations and investments, treats the week-to-week ups and downs of the average American in not only the economic but social spheres) has completed its survey of over 200 nations to determine which is the best country in the world.

Our criteria were borrowed from those of Benjamin Franklin (being Poor Richard’s “Health”, “Wealth” and “Wisdom”) and Thomas Jefferson (in the Declaration of Independence’s call to “Life”, “Liberty” and the pursuit of “Happiness”). 

We used an assortment of surveys and rankings of components of the six listed above, broken down into sub-categories compiled, for the most part, by large private and public bodies ranging from the World Bank and United Nations to America’s Central Intelligence Agency. 

So – which country (which did not rank first in any of the six categories) come out on top with an average score almost twice that of the runner up?  Which was the worst?  How did the United States fare in comparison to an increasingly hostile world?  (And in what sub-category were Iraq, Iran and Syria ranked one, two, three… and it was not even “religiosity”!)

Those nations considered for inclusion had to have been ranked in at least half of the six criteria; such placement being dependent upon placement in at least half of the sub-criteria.

For example, the sub-criteria of “Pursuit of Happiness”, the last of the criteria to be studied, included the World Happiness Index, as compiled by the United Nations, but also such other indicators of well-bring such as the national rate of Consumption (the average accumulation of “stuff” ranging from food to rents to finger-spinners… production, as measured by the Gross Domestic Product… GDP… was included in the “Wealth” lesson), the incidence of Corruption and its remedy, Transparency as measured by the nonprofit transparency.org, the percentage of its workforce enrolled in Unions and/or syndicates (a category perhaps offensive to business interests but mitigated by the per capita rates of Taxation, Religiosity (another controversial sector dominated by countries most amenable to terrorism, but balanced by Save the Children’s rankings of those nations most amenable to “Girls” and women), a rather curious compilation of the “Friendliest” (and unfriendliest) places offered up by the World Economic Forum and, finally, two measures of optimism as hold out the prospects of better living conditions for youth, “Growth” (in a national GDP survey by the World Bank) and “Hope” for the future, measured by private investigators Suzy Moat and Tobias Preis of Preis, Moat, Stanley and Bishop.

Similar sub-categories were used to calculate the national rankings in the other five categories.

Not surprisingly, the winners tended to be small, cold, white and wealthy places… particularly the Scandinavians and Northern Europeans.  The worst were largely African, plus a few conflict zones in other parts of the world (e.g. Afghanistan). 

Viable criticisms of our process besides, of course, the selection of which criteria best measured national “greatness” or its opposite (some of the countries not ranked due to the discretion of the ranking agency – often on account of physical danger to survey takers – would have scored poorly on the category, dragging down their overall scores) included the age of some of the surveys taken… data from as far back as 1961 were to be found in the GDP growth sub-category of “Happiness”, meaning that places like Syria were shielded from the collapse of its economic, political and civility sectors.  The more recent destruction of many of the small island-nations of the Caribbean by the hurricanes of the past month is likely to alter the reality behind the results.  The potential bias of bodies like the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which measured only the richest and most “powerful” nations was also a factor, as might have been the globalist inclinations of the survey-takers… especially to those suspicious of elites ranging from the Bilderberger gang and such to hangers-out in Davos, Geneva and The Hague - even the Illuminati.

A total of 188 countries qualified for inclusion on our list.

The winners were…                                        And the losers were…

                   1)   Sweden                                                        184)   Sierra Leone

                   2)   Switzerland                                                185)   Zimbabwe

                   3)   Iceland                                                         186)   Mali

                   4)   Germany                                                     187)   Eritrea

                   5)   Norway                                                        188)   Afghanistan

 

The United States ranked 28th, trailing Israel, Slovakia and Slovenia but finished ahead of Poland and South Korea.  We performed best in Mr. Franklin’s Wealthiness, worst (no doubt due to the horrific expense) in Health.

There were a few surprises and anomalies for the public to consider.  The people scoring best in the “Health” category were the otherwise-bankrupt and belittled Greeks (perhaps their affordable medical care is a consequence of too many impoverished locals forcing doctors to lower their fees… or maybe it was just the yogurt) and the happiest, by our accounting, were highly-religious, rich and oily denizens of the United Arab Emirates.  (As noted above, they were among those primarily Mideast places as did not cooperate with Save the Children on assessing the status of women… not to mention other racial, sexual and religious minorities.  Had they done so, they would certainly lost status.)

So the results were what they were and the rankings what they are.  For the complete rankings, see Attachment One to the current DJI lesson here.  For more detailed information on performance at the categorical level, see…

                   Health:  Best1:  Greece     Worst: Somalia

                   Wealth:  Best:  Switzerland    Worst:  Gambia

                   Wisdom:  Best:  Norway    Worst:  Niger2

                   Life:  Best:  Iceland   Worst:  Lesotho

                   Liberty:  Best:  New Zealand   Worst:  North Korea

                   Pursuit of Happiness:  Best:  United Arab Emirates3   Worst:  South Sudan

  1   Per Ben’s advice, the best sleepers in the world were, according to the Fitbit Corporation, the Slovakians. The Romanians clock out earliest at 11:09 PM (perhaps due to a dearth of late night talkshows?); the earliest risers in the world, according to Fitbit, were South Africans, up with (or sometimes before) the sun at 6:24 AM.

  2   The international PISA scores, compiled by the Paris-based OECD, exhibit some of the problems inherent to that institution.  Their rankings of student performance on math, science and reading covered 72 countries (at most, often less) and leaving Africa, most of the (otherwise high-performing) former Soviet republics (except Russia itself) and large swaths of Latin America and South Asia in the lurch.

  3   We have already mentioned the problems with Save the Children’s survey on the status of girls, which left out most of the Islamic republics (probably because the mullahs deemed that nosy foreigners could not even speak to women without being subjected to the kind attention of the Morality Police).  There was another howler-monkey in that tree; the World Bank’s assessment of Syria as the third-best place in the world to do business, based on its survey taken in… get this!... 1961!  The bankers may be excused for not visiting that place while the bombs are still falling and the snipers still sniping, but what are we to make of the contention that first and second place (based on GDP growth statistics for 2016) went to… Iraq and Iran!  Could it be that armaments dealers were slightly overrepresented in their study?

 

Don Jones may be distressed to learn that America ranks only 28th (behind FLOTUS’ Slovenia, at 21st, among others), but he was living the good life this week as monthly indices of wages, employment and workplace participation all shot up sharply.  As also regards shootings, thousands of hours of state, local and federal profiling and millions of taxpayer dollars revealed pertinent facts about the volatile Mister Paddock: that he was a millionaire gambler with, as an old crony described, “a goofball sense of humor”; that he scouted other music, sports and mass-gathering venues before going to Vegas and that angry and frustrated profilers lamented: “He didn’t fit the profile!” before going out to cash their checks.  Finally, the FBI declared that all of their time and money led to the conclusion that he was… mentally ill.

Speaking of mental illness - while Washington pointed figures and argued who was the moron (Trump doing his impression of Nixon declaring “I am not a moron!”), who was not strong enough and who deserves to be sent back to preschool daycare - political writer Van Jones (“Beyond the Messy Truth”) called the whole crop of politicians “deep fried crazy” on GMA. 

Our recommendation: Trump, Tillerson and angry (retiring) Senator Corker in a showdown on Jeopardy.  (For charity, of course.)

Meanwhile, the Dow and trade deficit figures were also up, too, easily covering the usual rise in private and public indebtedness – which happy circumstances are likely to continue until somebody (like Standard & Poor devaluing our bonds or China calling in their IOUs) pulls the plug.

 

 

 

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

10/2/17

DON

10/9/17

 

OUR SOURCE(S) and COMMENTS

 

 

 

Wages (hourly, per capita)    

9%

1350 points 

      10/9/17

+0.09%

Nov. 17

     1,458.26

 

     1,465.51

 

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-states/wages   22.23

Median Income (yearly)

4%

600

10/9/17

+0.04%

10/16/17

647.11

647.53

debtclock.org/    30,476

Unempl. (BLS – in millions

4%

600

10/9/17

+2.36%

Nov. 17

     1,034.48

     1,083.74

http://data.bls.gov/timeseries/LNS14000000     4.2

   Official (DC - in millions)

2%

300

10/9/17

-0.23%

10/16/17

506.94

508.18

http://www.usdebtclock.org/      6.974

   Unofficl. (DC - in millions)

2%

300

10/9/17

-0.24%

10/16/17

494.86

494.91

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    13,450

Workforce Participation

     Number (in millions)

     Percentage (DC)

2%

300

10/9/17

 

+0.02%

+0.006%

10/16/17

287.60

287.62

Americans in/not in workforce (mil.) 

In: 153,738 Out 94,919 Total 248,657

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    61.83%

WP Percentage (ycharts)*

1%

150

10/9/17

+0.16%

Nov. 17

150.31

150.32

http://ycharts.com/indicators/labor_force_participation_rate   63.10%

 

 

OUTGO

    (15%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Inflation (aggregate)

7%

1050

9/18/17

+0.4

10/16/17

990.02

990.02

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    +0.4 nd

 

Inflation – Food

2%

300

9/18/17

+0.1

10/16/17

280.10

280.10

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    +0.1

 

               - Gasoline

2%

300

9/18/17

+6.3

10/16/17

368.52

368.52

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    +6.3

 

               - Medical Costs

2%

300

9/18/17

+0.2%

10/16/17

268.63

268.63

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

 

               -  Shelter

2%

300

9/18/17

+0.5%

10/16/17

287.39

287.39

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm    +0.5

 

 

WEALTH

(6%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dow Jones Index

2%

300

10/9/17

 +1.83% 

10/16/17

389.03

396.14

Dow – 22,773.67

Homes – Sales

             -  Valuation

1%

1%

150

150

9/11/17     9/18/17

Sales   -1.45%  Valu.   -0.04%

10/16/17

195.82         230.88

195.82         230.88

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

Sales (M):  5.35 Valuations (K):  253.5

Debt (Personal)

2%

300

10/9/17

   +0.84%

10/16/17

265.55

263.32

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    56,872

 

 

AMERICAN ECONOMIC INDEX (15% of TOTAL INDEX POINTS)

 

 

 

NATIONAL

(10%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenues (in trillions – tr.)

2%

300

10/9/17

+0.02%

10/16/17

377.76

378.22

debtclock.org/       3.318

 

Expenditures (in tr.)

2%

300

10/9/17

 -0.075%

10/16/17

263.81

263.61

debtclock.org/       4.009

 

National Debt (tr.)

3%

450

10/9/17

 -0.025%

10/16/17

362.03

359.04

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    20.346

 

Aggregate Debt (tr.)

3%

450

10/9/17

+0.04%

10/16/17

378.29

378.02

http://www.usdebtclock.org/    67.901

 

 

 

 

GLOBAL

(5%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Debt (tr.)

2%

300

10/9/17

+1.84%

10/16/17

317.98

312.13

http://www.usdebtclock.org/   6.250

 

Exports (in billions – bl.)

1%

150

10/9/17

+0.46% 

10/16/17

156.15

156.15

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html 195.3

 

Imports (bl.)

1%

150

10/9/17

-0.17%

10/16/17

137.20

137.20

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html 237.7

 

Trade Deficit (bl.)

1%

150

10/9/17

-3.07% 

10/16/17

114.67

114.67

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/highlights/congressional.html  42.4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                 SOCIAL INDICES (40%)

                       LIBERTY and SECURITY INDEX           (15%) 

ACTS of MAN

(9%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Peace

3%

450

10/9/17

 -0.2%

10/16/17

428.73

427.87

President Trump announces plan to scuttle Iran nuke deal and exchanges angry tweets with North Korea, promoting a “calm before the (nuclear?) storm.” Sec/State Tillerson calls him a moron, Trump replies that Tillerson isn’t strong enough for his job.  Tillerson, Mattis and Kelly are reported to have signed a “suicide pact” whereby if one is fired, they all go.  (To be replaced by Bannon, Jared and losin’ Luther Strange?)

 

Terrorism

2%

300

10/9/17

+0.6%

10/16/17

227.38

226.02

Post-massacre Vegas turns to community rallies and wrangling over the motives of a madman.  NY ISIS plot foiled, four U.S. soldiers killed by militants in Niger.

 

Private/Public Corruption 

2%

300

10/9/17

  -0.1%

10/16/17

304.38

304.68

Anti-abortion Tim Murphy (R-Pa) caught procuring an abortionist for his mistress.  Brazilian Olympics chief indicted for corruption.

 

Crime

1%

150

10/9/17

+0.1%

10/16/17

241.07

240.83

Intrepid profilers discover Vegas killer was an ex-postman who went postal.  Facebook admits to posting fake news and accepting deceptive campaign advertising from Russia (that’s America’s job!), Chicago racks up its 500th murder, but Rep. Scalise joins the crowd opposing gun controls,

 

 

ACTS of GOD             

(6%)

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

 

 

 

Environment/Weather

3%

450

10/9/17

    -0.2%

10/16/17

348.93

347.53

With Nate a bust and Mexico City still digging out, Water, Air and Earth step aside for Fire… California wineries burning.  Scientists warn that climate change is tripling, but Denver enjoys its first snowfall of the season.

 

Natural/Unnatural Disasters

3%

450

10/9/17

    -0.3%

10/16/17

369.95

371.06

As recovery and cleanup efforts begin post-Harvey, Irma and Maria, ordinary people step up to save lives and rebuild their communities while Djonald throws out rolls of paper towels to Puerto Ricans like a zookeeper tossing dead chickens to alligators.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         LIFESTYLE and JUSTICE INDEX          (15%)

Science, Tech. & Education

4%

600

10/9/17

+0.2%

10/16/17

620.66

621.90

Mastermind Musk proposes that Puerto Rico bypass restoring the grid and go solar.  (Well, could someone at least propose putting power lines underground in hurricane and flood-prone locations?)  New York high schools ban National Anthem from pep rallies.

 

 

Equality (economic/social)

4%

600

10/9/17

-0.2%

10/16/17

733.72

732.25

U.S. votes down UN resolution opposing death penalty for gays.  Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein accused of groping Ashley Judd and former Marilyn Manson girlfriend Rose McGowan,  Monica Lewisnsky back in public leading a crusade against online bullies.  Government rolls back protections for transgenders, and then…

 

 

Health

4%

600

10/9/17

+0.2%

10/16/17

545.51

544.42

eliminates birth control coverage for institutions and corporations that say it offends their faith (or bottom line).  Six weeks to Thanksgiving, toxic turkeys are recalled.

 

 

Freedom and Justice                        

3%

450

10/9/17

+0.1%

10/16/17

499.98

500.48

Deserter Bo Bergdahl pleads out to avoid the firing squad, gets life.  The usual suspects take sides in gun control debate… but NRA might be willing to regulate, if not ban, the bumpstocks that convert semi-automatic to automatic machineguns.

 

                     

                       MISCELLANEOUS and TRANSIENT INDEX        (10%)

All miscellaneous incidents

 (transient and cultural)

10%

1000

10/9/17

+0.1%

10/16/17

1056.76

1057.82

Hot air rises as Albuquerque balloon festival starts.  Like swallow to Capistrano, the neo-Nazis return to Charlottesville – no violence.  Vice President Pence walks out of NFL game when players kneel during National Anthem.  Trailer for new Star Wars movie opens… meanwhile Live (Ray Donovan) Schreiber voices “My Little Pony” and rapper Nelly arrested for being a raper.  Cam Newton grovels over sexist remark but fired by the Oikos yogurt people anyway.  RIP to rocker Tom Petty and R&B icon Bunny Sigler, and a happy 65th birthday to Mad Vlad Putin… now eligible for Russia’s version of Social Security, Medicare, and Thursday early-bird buffet dinners at the Borscht Barrel.

 

 

The Don Jones Index for the week of October 2nd through October 8th, 2017 was UP 59.32 points. 

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Attachment One – Don Jones Index Best (and worst) Countries’ Ranking - 2017

 

From FRANKLIN

From JEFFERSON

 

Rank

Health

Wealth

Wisdom

Life

Liberty

Happiness

Average

1

Sweden

10

4

11

7

3

4

6.5

2

Switzerland

4

1

23

11

8

7

9.0

3

Iceland

5

23

22

1

2

2

9.2

4t

Germany

14

2

10

6

12

19

10.5

4t

Norway

43

6

1

2

6

5

10.5

6

Finland

15

14

2

18

4

16

11.5

7

Netherlands

13

12

6

12

17

18

13.0

8

Australia

8

9

12

31

16

12

14.7

9

Ireland

33

10

18

8

7

13

15.2

10

Belgium

11

17

13

13

15

23

15.3

11

Canada

28

15

19

26

9

11

16.3

12

Denmark

23

5

21

4

5

24

16.7

13

Austria

18

11

34

19

13

14

18.2

14

France

16

20

14

5

21

35

18.5

15

New Zealand

36

39

4

15

1

22

19.5

16

Luxembourg

22

3

27

24

35

8

19.8

17

United Kingdom

20

21

24

20

28

17

21.7

18

Japan

30

18

26

16

18

33

23.5

19

Czech Rep.

7

34

15

17

25

49

24.5

20

Spain

9

27

43

27

24

31

26.8

21

Slovenia

44

33

5

21

30

36

27.0

22

Taiwan

 

22

38

36

43

3

28.4

23

Italy

17

30

31

10

31

52

28.5

24

Cyprus

2

44

50

22

19

37

29.0

25

Slovak Rep.

6

41

29

29

41

40

31.0

26

Portugal

12

37

49

23

20

53

32.3

27

Israel

19

26

39

34

53

34

34.2

28

United States

50

16

30

40

34

29

34.8

29

Singapore

3

24

46

33

84

25

35.8

30

Estonia

24

35

3

46

22

88

36.3

31

Poland

41

53

8

58

39

28

37.8

32

Qatar

34

7

74

41

52

20

38.0

33

Korea, South

57

13

36

35

23

68

38.7

34

Unit. Arab Emir.

39

8

81

48

120

1

39.5

35

Croatia

45

32

40

30

46

46

39.8

36

Chile

55

51

56

56

27

6

40.2

37

Malta

27

25

60

3

72

15

40.3

38

Latvia

42

43

32

44

37

47

40.8

39

Lithuania

48

91

9

52

10

41

41.8

40

Grenada

104

121

59

97

 

 

45.25

41

Samoa

114

132

57

86

 

 

46.75

42

Romania

40

29

53

45

38

77

47.0

43

Hungary

54

54

28

28

64

60

48.0

44

Uruguay

35

82

55

39

40

44

49.2

45

Kuwait

47

28

80

54

78

21

51.3

46

Greece

1

58

71

25

48

109

52.0

47

Mexico

37

45

82

61

42

48

53.0

48

Bulgaria

70

48

48

43

57

81

57.8

49

Palau

 

42

76

 

 

 

59.0

50

Montenegro

53

64

51

49

103

42

60.3

51

Costa Rica

77

101

75

51

26

32

62.0

52

Malaysia

60

56

95

83

91

10

65.8

53

St. Kitts/Nevis

 

19

67

120

 

 

66.0

54

Mauritius

68

68

94

69

74

26

66.5

55

Brunei

38

38

64

14

125

128

67.8

56

Ukraine

25

108

20

57

101

99

68.3

57

St. Lucia

26

87

 

68

66

96

68.5

58

Tonga

101

59

41

82

60

 

68.6

59

Georgia

71

109

37

66

56

73

68.7

60t

Russia

69

61

17

60

143

62

68.7

60t

Armenia

29

114

33

76

63

101

69.3

62

Bosnia/Herzegov.

86

 

35

38

86

102

69.5

63

Macedonia

 

103

72

77

14

83

69.8

64

Bahrain

74

36

68

55

163

27

70.5

65

Barbados

78

105

42

96

 

38

71.8

66

Panama

80

78

90

50

113

30

73.5

67

Serbia

85

115

61

32

70

75

73.0

68

Argentina

21

112

52

67

61

135

74.7

69

Azerbaijan

63

77

25

74

109

105

75.5

70

Antigua/Barbuda

89

50

58

108

 

 

76.25

71

Saudi Arabia

84

57

104

75

129

9

76.3

72

Kazakhstan

56

47

16

100

148

86

76.5

73

China

52

52

77

102

136

50

77.0

74

Belarus

76

136

7

47

141

56

77.2

75

Peru

61

62

101

93

83

65

77.5

76

Bahamas

91

74

65

113

 

45

77.6

77

Oman

72

66

115

62

92

71

79.7

78

Ethiopia

157

167

175

182

162

147

79.8

79

Albania

49

73

70

101

76

112

80.2

80

Seychelles

50

75

102

95

 

91

82.6

81

Turkey

65

71

83

79

119

84

83.5

82

Indonesia

97

79

97

116

55

67

85.2

83

Tajikistan

108

83

47

105

155

115

85.5

84

Colombia

66

93

108

90

58

69

85.7

85

Thailand

95

49

88

73

108

43

86.0

86

Maldives

102

104

84

78

69

 

87.4

87

Uzbekistan

59

92

44

98

173

61

87.8

88

Trinidad/Tobago

110

60

62

151

71

76

88.3

89

Moldova

93

55

54

87

123

119

88.5

90

Dominican Rep.

64

85

106

118

99

59

88.5

91

Brazil

81

120

92

70

112

58

88.8

92

Lebanon

58

110

123

59

133

57

90.0

93

Sri Lanka

75

31

85

89

114

64

91.3

94t

Jordan

67

124

87

88

126

63

92.5

94t

Turkmenistan

32

63

69

122

175

94

92.5

96

Cuba

46

34

 

42

171

78

92.75

97

Jamaica

62

102

111

142

32

117

94.3

98

El Salvador

103

80

125

84

96

85

94.8

99

Philippines

96

86

109

135

95

51

95.3

100

Fiji

133

123

78

65

81

 

95.8

101

St.Vincent/Gren.

106

144

86

123

75

54

96.0

102

Venezuela

73

127

73

37

140

127

96.2

103

Cabo Verde

112

69

114

138

73

72

96.3

104

India

100

84

132

111

65

98

98.3

105

Paraguay

121

98

91

92

107

90

99.8

106

Tunisia

98

118

99

80

117

97

101.5

107

Vietnam

82

107

79

104

172

70

102.0

108

Bolivia

115

142

103

63

132

79

104.0

109

Vanuatu

128

72

118

106

 

 

106.0

110

Botswana

145

138

112

53

51

139

106.3

111

South Africa

132

122

96

132

47

111

106.7

112

Nicaragua

124

67

141

107

115

87

106.8

113

Mongolia

94

117

63

130

88

150

107.7

114t

Dominica

90

135

100

109

 

106

108.0

114t

Kyrgyz Rep.

83

125

45

150

122

123

108.0

116

Ecuador

88

106

113

94

144

104

108.1

117

Iran

119

97

66

112

166

93

108.8

118

Senegal

107

137

 

145

49

108

109.2

119

Morocco

113

81

142

72

146

103

109.5

120

Guatemala

79

89

131