New Zealand's share market has opened sharply lower, falling 1 percent after Wall Street closed down 3 percent on recession fears.
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Michael Fabricant 🇬🇧 on Twitter: "U.S. shares dropped as the bond market signalled rising concern about the American economy and data showed that Germany is veering toward a recession.
Heather Long on Twitter: "Is the US entering a recession?
Janet Yellen tells Fox Biz:
“I think the answer is most likely no. I think the the US economy has enough strength to avoid that. But the odds have clearly risen and they are higher than I am frankly comfortable with.”
Julia Macfarlane on Twitter: "Stocks opening sharply lower on Wall St following big losses in Europe after German’s economy shrank in the second quarter and as the US bond market flashed a warning about a possible recession. Dow ⬇️ 400 points 〽️ https://t.co/1s9QBCci2y"
Ben Pershing on Twitter: "Signs pointing to a deepening global economic slowdown—and the risk of recession—are flashing more brightly as China and Germany, the world’s second- and fourth-largest economies, post figures showing sluggishness and U.S. stocks tumble https://t.co/TKgvlC1eWr"
Yen, dollar higher as safe-havens benefit from recession fears - Reuters
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Is the US economy nearing a recession?