US Stock Markets have bounced back with the Dow Jones rising on Tuesday afternoon following Wall Street enduring its sharpest decline in over six years.
The index closed up more than 560 points after it was down 500 points following the 9:30 a.m. opening bell, marking a 10% slide since it reached a record high on Jan. 26.
Activity continued to bounce within 2% in the negative and positive during the first half hour of trading.
The levelling came after the Dow saw its worst single-day point drop, falling a historic 1,175 after breaching the 25,000-point mark in January.
The FTSE 100 was down nearly 2% in the UK.
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