A passer-by walks past an electronic stock board in downtown Tokyo Friday, Oct. 10, 2008. Japanese shares nose-dived more than 10 percent in morning trade Friday as panicked investors dumped stocks following massive overnight losses on Wall Street and on growing fears over a global recession. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index lost 974.12 points, or 10.64 percent, to close the morning session at 8,183.37. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
Seoul, South Korea (AP) A mixed reaction on world Markets to yesterday's jump in the Dow.
Most Asian Markets closed higher today, but only modestly. And major European markets have opened lower. Meanwhile, futures indicate a weak opening ahead on Wall Street.
An analyst in Singapore says among the worries weighing on Asian markets is the outlook for China's slowing economy.
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