Stocks Tank In Asia

Last week was one of the shakier weeks we’ve seen in a while, and judging by the overseas action we could be following the same path.

Shanghai was down 2.6%, the Nikkei was down 2.5%, and Europe generally drifted lower, though not massively so. The Yen rose to an 8-month high.

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