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MSCI World Index Down as US, EU and Asia Stocks Mostly Fell

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.

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