On Tuesday, August 10, the MSCI World Index crashed as the US, Europe, and the Asia Pacific stock markets mostly fell.
The MSCI World Index declined 0.03%, with a net loss of $1.00. This sent the stock to the bottom at $3,098.06 per share.
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average led the losses as it collapsed 0.30% or 106.66 points to $35,102 per share.
The benchmark S&P 500 followed and plunged 0.09% or 4.17 points to $4,432 per share.
On the other hand, the NASDAQ Composite climbed 0.16% or 24.42 points to $14,860 per share.
In Europe, France’s CAC 40 Index plummeted 0.06% or 3.78 points to $6,813 per share.
Germany’s DAX also dropped 0.10% or 16.04 points to $15,745 per share.
Meanwhile, the MDAX Performance Index gained 0.11% or 40.28 points to $35,607 per share.
In the London Stock Exchange, the FTSE 100 Index jumped 0.13% or 9.35 points to $7,132 per share.
Consequently, the FTSE All Share Index spiked 0.10% or 4.25 points to $4,093 per share.
South Korea’s KOSPI led the losses in the Asia Pacific as it crashed 0.70%, with a net decline of $22.78. This sent the stock below at $3,237.64 per share.
Moreover, China’s Shenzhen Component Index also fluctuated 0.34%, with a net loss of $51.37. This sent the stocks below at $14,890.07 per share.
Additionally, the Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 0.14%, with a net change of $4.89. This sent the stock to the ground at $3,489.74 per share.
MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Index Up
Furthermore, the MSCI All Countries Asia Pacific Index smashed 0.14% with a net gain of $0.27. This sent the stocks above at $200.24 per share.
Also, the MSCI All Countries Asia ex-Japan Index soared 0.25%, with a net increase of $2.08. This sent the stock up at $833.42 per share.
In the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the broader TOPIX Index boosted 0.36% or 6.98 points to $1,936.32 per share.
The same with the Nikkei 225, which improved 0.12% or 33.28 points to $27,853.32 per share.
In addition, the S&P/ASX 200 of Australia hopped 0.07% or 5.30 points to $7,543.70 per share.