Global markets entered a new day of carnage Monday amid a continuing worldwide sell-off, extending last week’s meltdown and stoking new fears over how far financial markets will fall.
Worries over China’s crumbling economy sent the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 1,000 points at its 9:30 a.m. open, its worst start since the global financial crisis.
17:21 Stocks mixed after Treasury Secretary points to significant tax reform; industrials lag24
13:30 Claims for US jobless benefits tick up, level still healthy18
21:36 White House chief digital officer among six staffers booted last week over FBI background checks: report15
18:41 U.S. home sales hit 10-year high, prices soar18