Investors lost around Rs 1.57 lakh crore in market valuation on Friday. The Dow dropped 723 points to end at 23,958, the S&P 500 tumbled 68 points to close at 2,644 and the Nasdaq Composite Index lost 179 points to finish at 7,166.68. Vinod Nair, head of Research, Geojit Financial Services, said, "volatility expanded and market is losing its grip due to escalating tensions of trade war and spike in oil prices".
The flight will be the world's second-longest after Qatar Airways' route from Doha to Auckland, which spans 14,529km, according to the International Air Transport Association. "We're getting close", Joyce told reporters in Perth on Saturday. "The response to the flight has been incredible, both for the attention it's received since we announced it and the bookings we've seen coming in".
Spieth was totally out of sorts, hitting his opening tee shot onto the range and out-of-bounds. His health improved. So has his golf. If he advances to the championship match on Sunday afternoon, he'll grab hold of the world No. But he couldn't keep up with Thomas - really, who could? - after Thomas was a sizzling 6 under par through 12 holes. "A lot of good play on the back nine", Garcia said of what it took for him to advance out of round-robin play.
Chinese officials are trying to figure out how to address US concerns, said Jake Parker, vice president for China operations of the U.S. Xi sent his top economic advisor Liu He to Washington this month to discuss trade tensions, but the United States official said that at no point had the Chinese made a constructive proposal.
Injuries had impacted the Spain squad ahead of Friday's friendly with Sergio Busquets missing the match, however, the Spanish coach believed the team rallied in such a circumstance. Only a great Ter Stegen save denied Isco, but the Germans counter-attacked immediately and De Gea had to palm away a shot by Gundogan. Isco forced a good save from ter Stegen, while on the other end, Mats Hummels went close in the 65th minute.
Snow continues into tomorrow morning, and will wind down early tomorrow afternoon. "Power outages due to heavy snow and/or strong winds are possible in eastern MA", the weather service said. In New Jersey, the state's major utilities reported slightly more than 76,000 customers without service Thursday. Murphy had also declared a state of emergency Tuesday night ahead of the storm.