Futures show that US stocks are set for a rocky start of their trading week on Tuesday.
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Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 181 points , as at 12:58 on Tuesday ET, which led to a fall in the value of Dow 172.35 for the upcoming opening, and Nasdaq futures indicated their index declines in open markets
If these implied declines were they will realize this will be a change of pace for the US markets: Dow marked his first 4-week victory since August American
In Asia, stocks are struggling for profits on Tuesday for fears of global economic prospects after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its global growth forecast on Monday, warning that it would not be trading on Monday because of Martin Luther King's Day. the economic impulse observed in recent years is decreasing.
The IMF is now projected a 3.5% global growth in 201
The IMF report came A few hours after China reported the slowest economic growth in almost three decades.
Meanwhile, in Davos, Switzerland, a renowned British investor, warned about the market impact of events such as the ongoing China and US trade war and uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
"There is a lot of geopolitical risk between the US and China – we are definitely in a worse position than a year ago," Martin Gilbert, co-executive director of British investment, Standard Life Aberdeen, told CNBC.
At the same time, Britain inches closer to its official date of departure from the European Union on 29 March, without seeing the deal, leaving the country with the possibility of collapsing from the EU without a formal agreement – something that business leaders and industry experts warn from the start of the talks.
All this comes when the US struggles with its own political problems, as the country is still bogged down in its longest government closure. – CNBC's Silvia Amaro contributed to this report.