Asian Markets Start With Big Selling, While Euro Just Keeps Heading Lower

Following the big US market tank, Asian markets are picking up the baton.

Shanghai is down 8%. Hong Kong is off .2%. Tokyo remains on a long weekend.

And here’s the most distressing market. The euro is now decisively below $1.30, with steady selling all night and into the Asian morning.


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