The Hang Seng Index plummeted by almost 4 per cent on October 11, 2018. That would be the biggest intraday plunge in the benchmark since February. Asian markets plunged on October 11 following the worst session on Wall Street for months, after US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates. Photo: AFP The Hang Seng Index plummeted by almost 4 per cent on October 11, 2018. That would be the biggest intraday plunge in the benchmark since February. Asian markets plunged on October 11 following the worst session on Wall Street for months, after US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates. Photo: AFP
The Hang Seng Index plummeted by almost 4 per cent on October 11, 2018. That would be the biggest intraday plunge in the benchmark since February. Asian markets plunged on October 11 following the worst session on Wall Street for months, after US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates. Photo: AFP
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The Hang Seng Index plummeted by almost 4 per cent on October 11, 2018. That would be the biggest intraday plunge in the benchmark since February. Asian markets plunged on October 11 following the worst session on Wall Street for months, after US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates. Photo: AFP The Hang Seng Index plummeted by almost 4 per cent on October 11, 2018. That would be the biggest intraday plunge in the benchmark since February. Asian markets plunged on October 11 following the worst session on Wall Street for months, after US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates. Photo: AFP
The Hang Seng Index plummeted by almost 4 per cent on October 11, 2018. That would be the biggest intraday plunge in the benchmark since February. Asian markets plunged on October 11 following the worst session on Wall Street for months, after US President Donald Trump said the Federal Reserve had "gone crazy" with plans for higher interest rates. Photo: AFP
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