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Markets have faltered in Friday trading a day after markets in the US and Europe suffered heavy losses amid fears of a global credit crunch.
By the close of trade in Japan, the Nikkei share index was down 406.5 points, or 2.4%, at 16,764.1.
Japan's central bank followed the European Central Bank in pumping money into the market to boost liquidity.
Originally posted by St Udio
its 5:37 AM east coast USA
check out any International Indices, europe or asia
i use Yahoo; finance.yahoo.com...
most a down in the -hundred area, some -400, one is -700 down
europe is in the -100, pretty much across the board
theterm is lack of liquidity...the truth is there's a lot of worthless 'paper'
out there, & the mad scramble is just beginning