Global markets rode a rollercoaster on Monday, providing plenty of turbulence to worry investors – but bankers and lawyers on the Street itself called for calm

It was a tumultuous Monday on Wall Street, as the US stock market suffered its biggest one-day fall since 2011 over fears of a collapse in the Chinese economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial average lost 586 points, or 3.56%, recovering slightly from when it plunged 1,089 points on Monday morning. The S&P 500 lost about 3.9%, closing at a seven-month low, and Nasdaq lost 3.8%.

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