Concerns over heavily indebted property developer China Evergrande spurred a broad retreat in riskier assets including stocks and oil.
Overall, the haulage driver shortage combined with global supply issues caused UK manufacturing sector lead times to lengthen to the greatest extent since the peak of the pandemic in April 2020.
London’s top flight closed 59.73 points, or 0.86%, lower at 6,903.91 on Monday.
Midway through trading Monday, the Dow traded down 1.51% to 34,063.71 while the NASDAQ fell 2.13% to 14,723.20. The S&P also fell, dropping 1.64% to 4,360.41. The U.S. has the highest number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the world, reporting a total of 42,088,400 cases with around 673,760 deaths. India confirmed a total of at least 33,478,410 cases and 445,130 deaths, while Brazil reported over 21,239,780 COVID-19 cases with 590,750 deaths. In total, there were at least 228,595,280 cases of
The U.S. stock market remained sharply lower at midday Monday as landmark U.S. stocks such as Apple and Alphabet saw the deepest losses in many months.
China's growing Evergrande crisis overshadows London markets. International Airlines Group soared on a report that U.S. travel restrictions will
People having fewer children could leave the UK with fewer workers, a weaker economy and unsustainable public finances.
Baird PWM Market Strategist Michael Antonelli joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the hectic actions taking place in the market right now, how Chinese stocks are affecting the market, and what to expect from Congress debt ceiling as they debate the debt ceiling.
Stock markets fell around the world on Monday amid rising fears that a property crisis in China has put the global recovery from Covid at risk.
The last major extension of the service was the rollout of the Jubilee line from Green Park to Stratford in 1999.