Posted November 12, 2018 09:37:00Germany’s main stock market has suffered a major setback in the wake of the country’s latest terror attack.
Germany’s DAX index is down more than 20% since the deadly attack on its parliament on Monday, with the S&P 500 down more the same amount.
The country’s second-largest DAX fell nearly 6% on Wednesday, the biggest decline in a month.
The index closed down more in the last week than any other European country.
The stock market index is in danger of losing ground, with analysts and traders worried about the future.
Markets in Germany are closely watching the situation closely.
The German government is under increasing pressure over the countrys continuing political uncertainty and concerns over the economy, and its own debt crisis, said Daniel Weintraub, chief market analyst at IG.