Stock markets suffer biggest falls since Brexit vote – business live

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  1. Lily

    Lily Forum Member

    Aug 29, 2015
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    Shares are falling at their fastest rate since June’s EU referendum, as investors are gripped by anxiety over central bank policies.

    7.36am BST

    Here’s our latest report on the Asian market selloff:

    Related: Asia Pacific shares suffer sell-off amid prospect of US rate rise

    7.23am BST

    Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.

    Summer is over, folks. Global stock markets are falling today as investors fret that central banks may end the stimulus measures that have bathed them in cheap money for years.

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    Our European opening calls:$FTSE 6683 down 94
    $DAX 10344 down 230
    $CAC 4407 down 84$IBEX 8836 down 190$MIB 16786 down 370

    Brainard’s speech today takes on undue importance, as the timing of a speech by the Fed’s most noted dove, just ahead of the FOMC blackout period, is too much of a coincidence for some....

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