Tom Bawden in New York
The Dow Jones dived a further 350 points yesterday, giving America’s key economic benchmark its worst June performance since the Great Depression, as oil hit a record and analysts said that the fallout from the credit crunch was far from over.
US Fed caught in global
GM shares drop to 53-year low
Oil, profit jitters pulls down US market
Oil hits record over $US140
Boeing shares plummet after Goldman cut
London stocks slump as oil reaches new record
Oil crosses $141 to new record
Asian shares sink on Wall Street plunge
Food price spike: Is ethanol to blame?
Dollar near all-time low against euro
MARKET SNAPSHOT: US Stocks Sharply Off; Dow Poised For Worst Close ...
European shares at lowest since Nov 2005, driven by banks