World stock exchanges fell after the U.S.

The main Asia-Pacific stock indexes on Thursday reacted to the collapse of the U.S. stock exchanges the day before and closed mostly in the fall. Positive dynamics was shown by Shanghai Composite and Shenzhen Composite that added 0.36% and 0.57% respectively; Hang Seng lost 2.54%, KOSPI - 1.28%, Nikkei 225 - 1.89%. On US exchanges decline also continued on Thursday: Dow Jones lost 0.80%, S&P 500 - 0.57%, NASDAQ - 0.29%. Similar sentiments were observed in Europe: DAX lost 0.90%, FTSE 100 - 1.82%, CAC 40 - 1.26%. Among investors all over the world there are still concerns regarding the continuation of inflation growth. According to IG analyst Hebe Chen, whose opinion is cited by Prime agency, they have been present since the beginning of the year, but now the situation is threatening to get out of control, which adds to the concerns. In addition, recently published financial reports of the US companies showed a decrease in profits, which is explained by the price growth.