The FTSE 100, a high-end stock, fell 175 points to 6,948, down 2.47%.While focusing on the country FTSE 250 It also crashed at 530 points.
on Wall street, All three indexes compared losses from session lows to sold out in most sectors.The· Dow Jones Industrial Average Lost more than 454 points at 34,288. The S & P 500 exceeded 42 points and fell at 4,145.The· Nasdaq Composite Index It closed at 13,336, down about 65 points.
On Wednesday, stocks in the Asia-Pacific region slumped near lows for nearly a month, affected by weak global cues. At noon, Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell more than 2% and the Taiwan Index fell more than 4%. Hong Kong stocks also fell 100 points, Shanghai CompositeDespite recovering from the daily lows, it remains in the red.
MSCI’s widest non-Japanese Asia-Pacific stock index fell 1.6% on Tuesday, then eased 0.1%, showing the largest daily percentage decline since March 24th.
India’s index also fell on Wednesday, driven by inflation concerns. Sensex fell 223 points to 48,938, while Nifty fell 47 points to 14,803.
The FTSE 100 is below 7,000 as markets around the world are falling due to inflation concerns
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