- Hong Kong’s benchmark stock index plunges in panic selling . . .
Hong Kong’s benchmark stock index made its biggest single-day plunge in more than two years, taking the cue from a sell-off across Asian markets as the global meltdown of equities entered its second day
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Hong Kong’s benchmark stock index plunges in panic selling as Asia follows US market rout In a research note last week, Zhang also said that the administration of US President Donald Trump could use the weak US dollar to trigger a trade war between the world’s two biggest economies
- Stock plunge deepens in Asia after US sell-off - The . . .
Stock plunge deepens in Asia after US sell-off The Standard Poor’s 500 index, the benchmark most professional investors and many index funds use, sank 4 1 percent, to 2,648 94 That was its biggest loss since August 2011, when stocks were reeling as investors fretted over European government debt and the U S credit rating was downgraded after the debt ceiling impasse
- Tokyo stocks dive, leading heavy losses in Asia - MarketWatch
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — Asian shares tumbled Tuesday as Tokyo’s stock benchmark plunged 10 6% on panic selling amid worries a possible Japanese nuclear catastrophe would further complicate and endanger the nation’s recovery from its worst-ever earthquake on record
- Hong Kong Stocks Tumble Most in Eight Months as Tencent . . .
Hong Kong stocks sank the most since November as profit taking in some of the city’s top performing shares sparked a wider selloff The Hang Seng Index dropped as much as 2 1 percent before
- China Stocks Plunge Triggering Panic Selling Across Asia
Jim Cramer: Wall Street ‘imported problems from overseas’ TOKYO — Stocks tumbled Monday as China's main index sank 8 5 percent in tumultuous trading spurred by deepening fears over the slowdown in the world's second-largest economy The Shanghai composite index slid to 3,209 91 as many China-listed companies hit their 10 percent downside limits
- Hong Kong Stocks Catch Up With Global Rout as Trump . . .
Hong Kong stocks fell as the city reacted to the latest wave of declines across the globe The Hang Seng Index closed 1 5% lower on Tuesday, as did a gauge tracking Chinese companies trading in
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- Hong Kong - Stocks Take Wild Ride - Pictures - CBS News
Hong Kong shares tumbled in early trading Wednesday, tracking panic selling in global markets Credit: AP Photo Vincent Yu A man walks past a screen showing world index at the Hong Kong Stock
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In early trading in Japan, the Nikkei 225 benchmark stock index fell 272 33 points, or 1 57%, to 17,091 41 amid concern over the impact of last Thursday's plunge in the Hong Kong stock market, which triggered a worldwide stock slump The Australian dollar slumped badly and Australian stocks fell 3