People look at the Delhi Stock Exchange building with a news flash of "Wall Street sinks on rising economy worries," in New Delhi, India, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. Global stock markets tumbled Friday amid fears the U.S. may be heading back into recession and Europe's debt crisis is worsening. The sell-off follows the biggest one-day points decline on Wall Street since the 2008 financial crisis. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup) *** Local Caption *** India World Markets.JPEG-0df08.jpg
August 4, 2011: Trader John W. Panin of JNK Securites Corp. works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 4.3 percent Thursday, its worst one-day drop in more than two years, as global markets melted down over???
August 5 2011: An investor checks stock prices online at a securities firm in Hong Kong, China. Hong Kong shares have dived 4.75 percent amid a worldwide sell-off on concerns that the global economy could fall back into recession. The fall came after mark???
August 5, 2011: Investor Christopher Lusty watches stock price monitors at the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in Sydney. Treasurer Wayne Swan insisted Australia could weather the global economic storm as stocks plunged four percent, down 171 points to fi???
August 5, 2011: The entrance to the Amsterdam stock exchange at Beursplein 5, in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Exchange index opened down more than 300 points this morning. European stock markets initially dived 3.0-4.0 percent after heavy falls in Asia and on???
August 5 2011: An Indian trader at a local brokerage firm in Mumbai, India. The 30-share benchmark index fell to as low as 16,990.91 points in early afternoon trade, registering a fall of 702 points or about 4 per cent. EPA/DIVYAKANT SOLANKI
Aug.1, 2011: The DAX index curve is displayed at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. Stocks and oil gained while the cost of U.S. default insurance fell the most in 18 months after President Barack Obama said congressional leaders reached ???
Aug. 5, 2011: A foreign currency dealer walks past a monitor displaying the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (Kospi) in a dealing room at the headquarters of the Korea Exchange Bank in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday. South Korea's Won sank to a five-week ???
August 5 2011: A city office worker watches the share market prices at the Australian Stock Exchange in Sydney, Australia. The Australian dollar is down almost two US cents as global markets continue to be pessimistic about the US economy and European gov???
Aug. 5, 2011: A worker looks at a graph showing the FTSE 100 index from mid July to August 5, 2011, as London's leading shares index sustained more heavy losses in early trading on Friday, as the turmoil engulfing world markets showed no signs of easing. ???
August 5 2011: A TV cameraman films an electronic board with the world's stock market's indeces at Hong Kong Stocks Exchanges in Hong Kong, China. The blue chip Hang Seng Index tumbled and closed 938 points lower or 4.29 percent at 20,946 on turnover of 1???