Equities suffer their worst start to a calendar year since the bursting of the dotcom bubble in 2000 as fears over China’s exchange rate grow
Global stocks markets have seen $2.5 trillion wiped off their value in just four trading days, the worst start to a calendar year since the aftermath of the dotcom crash in 2000.
Stocks suffered another tumultuous day of trading gripped by renewed fears that the world’s second largest economy was engineering a devaluation of its currency.
(NaturalNews) China, the world’s second-largest economy, continues to show signs of a sharp slowdown, unnerving investors everywhere as markets begin falling worldwide. Continue reading