• Monday’s falls in US markets reflect similar declines around the world
  • Fed vice-chairman suggested interest rate may rise sooner than expected

Global stock markets dipped again on Monday as worries over China’s economy and the timing of the first increase in US interest rates in a decade rattled investors.

US markets all opened down as investors digested more falls in Asia and comments from the Federal Reserve vice-chairman, Stanley Fischer, over the weekend that suggested a rate increase could come sooner than some expected.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS