Global Markets: European stocks slump to 21-month low, Wall Street braces
Thursday, 11 October 2018 () European stocks slumped to a 21-month low on Thursday after Wall Street's worst losses in eight months triggered a surge of global selling that also hit Asia and emerging markets.
According to Reuters, Wall Street is getting back on it's feet after two tumultuous days of trading. By the afternoon on Oct. 12th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose about 25-points, rising to 25,077. The S&P 500 was up about 9-points, reaching 2,737, while the Nasdaq Composite gained about...
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NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m. Stocks are opening broadly lower on Wall Street led by drops in... SeattlePI.com - BusinessAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •Reuters
World equities fell more than 1 percent on Wednesday, sliding to three-month lows, as technology shares slumped on fears of slowing demand, while rising U.S.... Reuters India - BusinessAlso reported by •Reuters •Firstpost
Central bankers worldwide are being pressured by governments to loosen their purse strings. This, as a decade of accelerating economic growth and booming markets fueled by cheap cash comes to an end...