German Stocks Fall More than 2%

Affected by the fall in the US futures index, not only Asian stocks plunged, but European stocks also fell green. German, British, and French stocks opened lower today and fell more than 1.4%. The picture shows the Frankfurt.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Tuesday that if Congress fails to resolve the unprecedented debt default issue within two weeks, the United States will face an economic recession, causing the U.S. futures index to fall more than At 260 points, dragged down by the fall in the US futures index, not only Asian stocks plunged, but European stocks also fell green. German, British, and French stocks all opened lower today, falling more than 1.4%. Among them, German stocks fell the most, falling more than 2%.

The Frankfurt Index fell 154 points at the opening today and opened at 15040.1. The index opened lower and went lower. It broke the 15000-point barrier and fell more than 300 points. The backtest was 14867 points, a drop of 2.15%. As of 4:19 Taipei time, the index fell. Maintain above 2%.

The French Paris Index also opened lower and lowered, opening at 6509.6 points, down 66.68 points, or 1.01%, and the index opened lower and lowered, 6456 points, or 1.82%.

As for the British stock market, the decline was relatively mild. It opened at 7031.6 points today, down 45.4 points. In the European stock market, it opened lower and lowered. British stocks also followed the decline. The intraday backtested 6974 points, down 1.45%.

 

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Affected by the fall in the US futures index, not only Asian stocks plunged, but European stocks also fell green. German, British, and French stocks opened lower today and fell more than 1.4%. The picture shows the Frankfurt.

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