The US Dow Jones Industrial Average falls by 251 points on the back of weak economic data and poor news from the Eurozone.
Stock markets around the world fall as a result of fears about China's economy with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling by 1000 points at the opening of trading on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Index closes down 588.40 points, or 3.6 percent.
Wall Street sees its worst week in three years as oil prices continue to collapse. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sheds 315 points, or 1.8%, to 17280. [http:--www.foxbusiness.com-markets-2014-12-12-us-stock-index-futures-lower-as-oil-continues-rout-?intcmp=bigtopmarketfeatures&intcmp=bigtopteaserside (FOX Business)]date=August 2019
Bolivia summons the ambassadors of France, Spain and Portugal to explain why their countries blocked President Evo Morales' official jet "en route" to land on the Eurozone last week, amid orders to be searched if Edward Snowden was on board.