Fx trading news: The Dow fell more than 2,000 points, and the U.S. stock market opened again and the S & P 500 index suspended trading for 15 minutes!
2020-03-17 13:17 from：CAPSTONE author：Jack
Capstone forex trading news:On Monday (March 16), the global stock market plummeted, the main stock indexes in Europe fell by nearly 10%, and the funds fled the commodity market madly—gold and silver, and the gold collapsed more than $ 100. At 21:30 Beijing time, US stocks opened wildly, the Dow fell 2200 points, and the S & P 500 index fell 7%, triggering the third blowout of the month.
On Monday (March 16), the global stock market plummeted, the main stock indexes in Europe fell by nearly 10%, and the funds were fleeing the commodity market madly—gold, silver, etc., and gold collapsed up to more than $ 100. At 21:30 Beijing time, US stocks opened wildly, the Dow fell 2200 points, and the S & P 500 index fell 7%, triggering the third blowout of the month.
US stock market: US stocks opened sharply lower, the Dow fell about 2200 points, technology stocks, oil stocks and China's stocks tumbled. The S & P 500 index fell 8%, triggering a third meltdown this month, and US stocks were suspended for 15 minutes. Global equities: Canadian S & P / TSX Composite Index opened down 12%. The Brazilian IBOVESPA index opened 12.5% lower, triggering a circuit breaker.
21At 21:30 on March 16, Beijing time, the S & P 500 Index opened down more than 8%, triggering the first layer of fusing mechanism. The United States launched the stock index fusing mechanism three months after "Black Monday" in 1987, which was divided into three levels: 7%, 13%, and 20%. The U.S. stock market for more than three decades has only triggered a real fuse before this month: on October 27, 1997, the Dow Jones Industrial Index plummeted 7.18% to close at 7161.15 points, the largest decline since 1915. At 21:34 on March 9, 2020, investors witnessed the second meltdown in the history of US stocks. At 21:35 on March 12, 2020, investors witnessed the third meltdown in the history of US stocks. At 21:30 on March 16, 2020, investors witnessed the fourth meltdown in the history of US stocks.
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