Asian stocks have fallen again – albeit less steeply than on Monday. Fears of a Brexit and uncertainty over whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates are driving stocks down.
US consumer prices rose by more than projected in January as apparel costs jumped the most in nearly three decades, adding to signs of an inflation pickup that has roiled financial markets this month.
Europe's main stock markets recovered at the start of trading on Monday following tentative rebounds in Asia. However, analysts believe volatility will remain high amid fears of rising inflation in the United States.
Wall Street ended the day Tuesday, with solid gains after a rollercoaster ride that saw losses halved from Mondays plunge. Markets in Asia were down seven percent but regained momentum to close down 4.7 percent.
Set against EU chastisement of Warsaw and volatility in global share prices, the Polish economy and stock market remain oases of calm confidence. DW asked the new head of the Warsaw bourse, Marek Dietl, if it can last.
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