The global market continues to plunge, and the stock market melts down

The global market continues to plunge, and the stock market melts down
On the evening of March 12, Beijing time, panic sentiment swept the global market again. The three major US stock indexes continued to plunge, the S & P 500 index triggered a meltdown, and multinational stock markets also fell into a huge shock.The editor of Sauna Night.com organized the global market situation from the evening of March 12 to the morning of 13 in the order of time (Beijing time).US stocks: Before US stocks opened, the three major stock index futures all fell more than 5%, triggering trading restrictions.21:30 US stocks opened sharply lower: S & P 500 index fell 183.70 points, a decrease of 6.70%; Nasdaq index fell 539.00 points, a drop of 6.78%; Dow Jones Index fell by 1732.30 points, a decrease of 7.35%.At 21:35, the opening was only 5 minutes, and the S & P 500’s decline expanded to 7%, triggering the second meltdown this week and the third meltdown in history. US stocks were suspended for 15 minutes.21:50 The S & P 500 index resumed trading after the meltdown, and the decline expanded to 7.7%, the Dow fell more than 8%.21:57 US stocks bottomed out, the Dow’s decline narrowed to less than 1800 points.01:02 The decline of US stocks continued to narrow, and the decline of the three major stock indexes narrowed to within 5%.01:27 US stocks fell again, and the Dow fell below 1500 points.The Nasdaq fell 6% and the S & P 500 fell 6.25%.03:39 U.S. stocks fell late in the day, the Dow once again fell more than 9%, and the S & P 500 fell over 8.5%, the Nasdaq fell over 8.4%.04:00 Dow closed down more than 2300 points or 9.99%, the largest one-day drop since Black Monday in 1987; the S & P 500 index fell 9.51%, the largest one-day drop since October 1987; the Nasdaq fell 9.43%; all three major stock indexes closed into a technical bear market.Brazilian stock market: 21:23 Brazil IBOVESPA stock index fell 12%, this week’s third meltdown.22:14 The Brazilian stock index plunged 15%, triggering the second-level fuse on that day.01:14 Brazil’s benchmark stock index IBOVESPA plunged nearly 19%.European stock market: 21:40 European Stoxx 600 index expanded decline, fell 9.4%, the largest one-day drop since 2008.21:45 The European Stoxx 600 index fell to 10%, the largest one-day decline in history. The German DAX index and the French CAC40 index fell more than 10%, and the British FTSE 100 index fell nearly 10%.00:30 The major European stock index sets fell, the German DAX index, the French CAC40 index, and the European Stoxx 50 index all closed down more than 12%, and the British FTSE 100 index fell nearly 10%.The Italian FTSE index closed down nearly 17%.The European Stoxx 600 index closed down 11%, the largest one-day drop in history.Canadian stock market: 21:50 Canadian Toronto Exchange suspended trading, stock index fell 9.17%, triggering primary market fuse.21:54 The Canadian S & P / TSX index resumed trading and the decline expanded to 10.5%.01:51 Toronto Canada stock index fell nearly 12%, or the largest single-day decline.04:02 Canada’s benchmark stock index fell 12%, the largest decline since 1940.Other stock markets: 22:17 Mexico’s IPC stock index suspended trading for 15 minutes.00:30 The Columbia Stock Exchange suspends trading until 11:53 local time.05:26 New Zealand’s benchmark NZX 50 index fell 20% higher, fell to the bear market area and is now down more than 5%.Asian stock market on March 13: 07:00 Australian S & P / ASX200 index opened down 1.16%.07:10 The decline of Australia’s S & P / ASX200 index quickly expanded to 7%.08:00 Nikkei 225 index opened sharply down 2.03%, the lowest in more than three years.At 08:09, the Nikkei 225 index quickly fell after the opening, and the decline expanded to 7%.09:08 The Nikkei 225 index fell to 9%, the largest intraday drop since 2011.08:06 South Korea’s KOSPI index fell 8%.South Korea’s KOSDAQ index fell sharply, triggering a fuse.09:30 A shares opened and the Shanghai Composite Index fell 119.25 points, a decrease of 4.08%; Shenzhen Component Index fell 558.79 points, a decrease of 5.11%; GEM index fell 107.98 points, a decrease of 5.28%.Sauna Night Network Editor Zhao Ze