Global stock indices fell yesterday, under the weight of growing fears of a second wave of Corona injuries and a grim US economic outlook, and the Wall Street stock market fell.
European stocks also fell, Japanese stocks and the Tokyo Stock Exchange recorded the biggest daily decline in 6 weeks. The American shares opened a sharp decline and the Nasdaq fell after a rise in four sessions, the Dow Jones index fell 707.48 points, equivalent to 2.62% to 26282.51 points, and the Nasdaq fell 229.11 points or 2.29 % To 9791.24 points, Standard & Poor's fell 88.15 points, or 2.76%, to 3101.99 points.
European shares suffered their worst days in more than 11 weeks, and the Stoxx declined 4.1%, extending its losses for the fourth day in a decline led by auto stocks.
Travel and entertainment stocks fell due to the increased risk of injuries, and British cinema hall operator Senworld was the biggest loser to Stokes, down 17.1%. Japanese stocks suffered the biggest daily decline in 6 weeks, as the safe-haven yen rose, the Nikkei index closed 2.8% lower, and the Topix fell 2.2%.