CNBCAsia extends sell-off with major indexes firmly in the redCNBCEarlier, it slid 1.19 percent at market open. China will be a focus for investors when it comes online in an hour, after the Shanghai composite saw a late spate of selling on Friday, closing down 3.51 percent. The index is down some 20.52 percent since ...Asian markets slide as global selloff continues with oil dropping below $28 a ...Telegraph.co.ukAsian shares skid to 2011 levels as oil slump intensifiesReutersAsian stock markets start week with a dropCNNMoneyBloombergall 14 news articles » read whole article

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