Mounting concerns about the global economic landscape sent Asian shares on a nosedive Tuesday, mirroring a negative trend on Wall Street.
— February 9, 2016
The S&P Retailing Industry Index fared worse, and staggered to the finish with a 2.3 percent drop to 1,067.
— February 8, 2016
Worries over European banks and oil companies sent stocks diving on Monday.
The French accessories specialist saw revenues climb 14 percent to 566 million euros, or $628.5 million.
European banks tumbled overseas dragging down stocks in the U.S. market.
Retail and luxury stocks mostly lose ground.
Japanese stocks fared relatively well on Monday, while many of Asia’s other markets were closed for the holiday.
Average transaction values (ATVs) eked out a 0.1 percent gain for the month.
— February 5, 2016
LinkedIn disappointed investors causing the stock to sell down dramatically, pulling the broader market down with it.