The impact of the crash on the US stock market was dramatic, but there is still some time before the shock of what happened hits the economy.
But for now, the impact on the Dow Jones Industrial Average is starting to show some signs of settling.
The Dow fell by as much as 2.3%, its biggest one-day drop since August.
The Nasdaq fell 1.5% and the S&P 500 was down 1.1%.
The broader index closed down 0.2%.
In the most recent Reuters poll, the Dow had fallen by 4% since late February.
But in a sign of the strength of the Dow, it ended the day with a gain of 1.2%, the largest one-week gain since mid-March.
The drop is the biggest in nearly two months.
The S&p 500 is up 6.6% so far this year, while the Nasdaq is up 5.3%.
In contrast, the Nas, Dow, and S&P are down just 0.4% and 0.1% respectively.
In other words, the drop is still fairly small compared to what the broader market is seeing.
The crash did have some impact on stock markets around the world.
The German DAX and French FTSE both fell 1% on the news, while Japan’s Nikkei 225 and MSCI’s Hang Seng fell by more than 3%.
The German government is monitoring the impact of Russia’s decision to halt its military buildup and is expected to announce its decision in the coming days, Reuters reported.
The U.S. government, which is expected later this week, is also watching closely, according to Reuters.
The decision to stop building nuclear weapons will have a significant impact on how the U.N. and other global leaders view the conflict in Syria.
As Reuters noted, “Russia and Syria have repeatedly stressed that they will not make a decision on their military options until after a meeting with the U,N.
Security Council next week.”
In the U.”s case, the move will likely mean a decrease in U.K. stocks.
The country is already seeing a large drop in foreign investors due to the conflict.
U.ks stocks have dropped nearly 4% this year.
The index is currently trading at about 7,300, down from a peak of 9,800 last month.
The Financial Times reported that the impact was felt particularly in the financial sector, with financial firms down 4.5%. “
The U.KS economy is in the midst of a contraction, as businesses have lost confidence in the government and its ability to rein in spiraling public spending,” U.KK government minister Michael Gove said on Friday.
The Financial Times reported that the impact was felt particularly in the financial sector, with financial firms down 4.5%.
The decline in Uks stock market is due to a reduction in the number of new credit cards issued and a rise in the price of banknotes.
The price of a dollar in the currency has dropped from around $1.16 in mid-February to around $0.99 today.
The Bank of England has also warned that a fall in the value of the pound is likely to be a factor in slowing the Uks economy.
The pound has lost nearly 4.3% against the euro over the last month, and is trading at $1,268.40 at the time of writing.
“I think it will have an impact on financial markets, which are now looking at it as a risk,” Peter J. Smith, chief economist at IG, told Reuters.