什么消息在驱动市场?

从5月10日左右开始,世界绝大多数股票市场都累计大幅下跌,而最大跌幅出现在5月23日左右的两周,从那以后,股市的平均价格开始不断下降。世界股票市场的动荡是否意味着世界经济的动荡?

下面我们来看看下跌最严重的情况。在主要国家的股市中,跌幅最大的是印度股市,那里的股价从5月10日到5月22日期间内下跌了16.9%。世界另一端的股市崩溃也同样严重,在印度股市动荡的一两天内,南美洲的股价就从高峰跌入了低谷:在阿根廷,股价骤跌了16.1%;在巴西,股价下跌了14.7%,而在墨西哥,股价则下跌了13.8%。

欧洲股市同样损失惨重。在瑞典,股价在5月9日到5月22日期间下跌了15.2%,几乎在同样时间内,德国股市下跌了9.7%、英法下跌了9.4%,意大利下跌了9.3%。亚洲的情况也非常类似,几乎在同样的时间段内,韩国股价下跌了11.5%、香港下跌了9.3%,而日本下跌了8%。

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