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By Stan Choe, Associated Press
Stocks are wavering in early trading on Wall Street after the government reported that more than 700,000 jobs were lost last month.
By Associated Press
Global markets have been on a roller coaster ride for the past three days. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged more than 500 points Tuesday morning, but ended up more than 500 points. John Yang learns more from Neil Irwin…
By PBS NewsHour
The Chinese stock market dropped 7 percent in the first 29 minutes of trading, before shutting down to stem further losses. China’s second major crash in the past four days drove investor skittishness around the globe, including a Dow loss…
A stunning sell-off in China rippled across Europe and triggered a frenzy on Wall Street. At the closing bell, American traders cheered, glad that the day was over. Judy Woodruff discusses the recent global market volatility with David Lampton of…
What does a weaker yuan mean for China and the global economy? Greg Ip of The Wall Street Journal and Orville Schell of the Asia Society join Judy Woodruff to discuss the economic and geopolitical factors.
After the Dow saw its worst performance in more than a year and a half in January, concerns are rising about turmoil in overseas markets. How are the problems in emerging markets linked to the stock market in the United…
Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Sudeep Reddy of the Wall Street Journal about what the recent drop means for the global economy and how it may affect emerging markets.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Leaders and central bank officers from more than 20 developed and emerging economies will gather this weekend in Washington to strategize on fixing major financial markets and assess the state of the global economic crisis.
After a two-day rally, U.S. stock prices plunged Wednesday as investors worldwide expressed concerns the global efforts to inject liquidity and restore confidence to the battered financial system may not be enough to stave off a widespread recession.
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