There is no calm on the stock markets. The crash in installments continues on Thursday. The European stock exchanges lose more than 2 percent again.
The nervousness on the stock exchanges had subsided for two days. On Wednesday evening, however, prices in the USA again fell far into the red. Once again, the prices of the tech giants dragged the entire market lower. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 was down over 3 percent by the close, falling below 12,000 points for the first time since November 2020. The leading index, the Dow Jones Industrial, held up somewhat better, with a dip of just over 1 percent. But at 31,834 points, it was its lowest level since March 2021.