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In a year when fund clients pulled about $60 billion from equities, the value of shares has climbed by $527 billion, pushing the total owned by households to $20 trillion, data compiled by Bloomberg and Ned Davis Research Inc. show. Today, Americans have 41 percent of their financial assets in stocks, matching the high in 2007 and trailing only the Internet bubble.
A trader checks financial data on a terminal in Paris, Monday June 29, 2015, as the CAC40 lost about 3% at midday in connection with the situation in Greece. French President Francois Hollande says France has "nothing to fear" from an eventual Greek departure from the eurozone.
Global stocks lurched lower Monday as Greece closed its banks and imposed restrictions on cash withdrawals to prevent a deepening financial crisis from worsening amid faltering bailout talks with its international creditors. Global markets slump as Greece closes banks and debt talks falter Global stocks lurched lower Monday as Greece closed its banks and imposed restrictions on cash withdrawals to prevent a deepening financial crisis from worsening amid faltering bailout talks with its international creditors.
A central economic question of our time is whether the policies undertaken to recover from the last financial crisis are laying the groundwork for the next. We now have two reports from reputable groups suggesting just that.
Germany's DAX and France's CAC both fell by around 4%, while the euro zone's blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 index also declined by a similar amount - marking the Euro STOXX's worst one-day percentage loss since late 2011. European shares took a hammering in early deals on Monday, with Southern European banks especially badly hit, after Greece closed its banks and imposed capital controls as a result of its debt problems.
China stocks resumed their dramatic slide Monday as investors pulled out of the market despite a decision by the central bank to cut interest rates to a record low. The Shanghai Composite swung between gains and losses before dropping by as much as 3.8 percent at the end of the morning trading session.