Global stock markets fell again on Thursday as strong competition between stocks and bond yields continued, with investors expecting Wall Street to fall to the bottom.
The Dow Jones industrial average ended the trading session down 4.15% to 23860.46 points, down 10.4% from its all-time high at the end of January.
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index 3.75% to close at 2581.08 points, while the Nasdaq Composite Index closed 3.9% at 6777.16 points.
In Europe, stock markets retreated as volatility returned and a short-term recovery came after a global sell-off, (1.8%), France's CAC (2%) and Germany's DAX (2.6%).
Dow Jones industrial development in a month
The Moscow Stock Exchange index was not the most fortunate, as it fell, while the MICEX index of rubble-denominated shares fell 1.22%, while the RTS index fell 2.56%.
In Asia, Japan's Nikkei average fell 0.6% to 21,382.62 points, with a weekly loss of 8.1%.
Meanwhile, The largest by 1.9% to 1731.97 points, bringing its weekly losses to 7.1%.