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World Markets Mixed, but Dow Posts Gaini
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June 21, 2013 11:13 PM
Global markets were mixed Friday after a turbulent week that saw the biggest one-day sell off on Wall Street in more than a year. The stock plunge was blamed partly on news that the U.S. central bank could slow its efforts to stimulate the recovering U.S. economy - and concerns about a slowdown in China. But some analysts say the global selling spree was an overreaction by investors who have grown accustomed to easy money policies aimed at kickstarting the U.S. economy. Mil Arcega has more for VOA.

World Markets Mixed, but Dow Posts Gain

Published June 21, 2013

Global markets were mixed Friday after a turbulent week that saw the biggest one-day sell off on Wall Street in more than a year. The stock plunge was blamed partly on news that the U.S. central bank could slow its efforts to stimulate the recovering U.S. economy - and concerns about a slowdown in China. But some analysts say the global selling spree was an overreaction by investors who have grown accustomed to easy money policies aimed at kickstarting the U.S. economy. Mil Arcega has more for VOA.


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