Global Stocks Tumble After China Slowdown Sparks Fear
Signs of a sharp slowdown in China have shaken investors, leading to a global sell-off and a sharp slide for the world markets. A week after Beijing made the surprise move to devalue its currency, new numbers show China’s factory activity fell to a six-year low.
How is the rest of the world reacting? And what else is sending stocks into a tailspin? Here & Now’s Peter O’Dowd speaks to Mike Regan of Bloomberg News.
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