(Reuters) – US stocks opened sharply on Monday after President Donald Trump threatened to capture tariffs on Chinese goods, reigniting fears of global downturn and raising a period of relative calm in markets.
fell 344.33 points, or 1.30%, open to 26.160.62. It opened down with 36.75 points, or 1.25%, at 2.908.89. It dropped 182.15 points, or 2.23% to 7.981
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