There is no shortage of anecdotes regarding the fragile state of affairs in global equity markets, but sticking to just the facts, market participants know that the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average each shed more than Source
As you already know, volumes have been written about the recent selloff and collapse in the world markets, which began in July with the Greek debacle and hasn’t ended yet. It appears that the Greek referendum in July acted as the catalyst, one that no investor really...
Following the market opening Monday, the Dow traded down 3.93 percent to 15,813.76 while the NASDAQ slipped 4.46 percent to 4,496.11. The S&P also fell, dropping 4.06 percent to 1,890.92. China’s Shanghai Composite Index dipped 8.49 percent Source
At this writing Sunday night U.S. time, Asia’s Monday session is a bloodbath and normally docile South Korean stocks are not immune to that trend. South Korea’s benchmark KOSPI is off almost 3.7 percent and earlier in Source
Midway through trading Monday, the Dow traded down 2.61 percent to 16,029.96 while the NASDAQ slipped 3.04 percent to 4,562.78. The S&P also fell, dropping 2.74 percent to 1,916.93. China’s Shanghai Composite Index dipped 8.49 percent today. Source
Toward the end of trading Monday, the Dow traded down 3.98 percent to 15,805.47 while the NASDAQ slipped 3.99 percent to 4,518.39. The S&P also fell, dropping 4.27 percent to 1,886.72. China’s Shanghai Composite Index dipped 8.49 Source
TAIPEI, Aug 25 (Reuters) – Taiwan stocks rebounded from steep losses in the prior session on hopes the government would soon step in to shore up market confidence after the key index plunged to a… Source