How the global market fell today

Today’s market news: The markets have fallen to their lowest level in a year, but there are still plenty of signs of life.

The markets are still down 1.8% from a record high in November.

The Nasdaq, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and the S&P 500 are all down.

Markets in Europe are still struggling.

The S&p 500 has fallen 8% this year.

The European Central Bank cut interest rates on Tuesday.

In Asia, stocks have slumped.

China’s Shanghai Composite Index is down 14%.

But the U.S. has recovered somewhat from a global economic slowdown, which saw the Dow and Nasdaq fall 7.4% in 2017.

That helped the markets rally a bit.

Inflation is down.

The Fed raised rates for the second time this year, with a 2.25% hike scheduled for Thursday.

Still, the economy is slowing.

This is a time for stocks, with big companies facing pressure to raise wages.

The median forecast for inflation is 2.2% this month.

But it will likely be much lower than that, according to the Federal Reserve.

The stock market has been buoyed by Trump’s economic plan.

It’s been a great time to buy stocks, but a lot of investors are still waiting for the U-turn on his tax reform.