US equity markets suffered a choppy start to today's trading session, with the Dow Jones falling briefly into correction territory before rebounding, while the FTSE 100 closed down 2.6% as the global sell-off continues.
After suffering its worst daily points decline in its 122-year history yesterday, the Dow was down 2.1% to 23,824 points soon after US markets opened today, but gained some ground and was only down 0.22%...
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