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How the world’s major stocks markets have done this month

August 24, 2015 GMT

NEW YORK (AP) — With the U.S. and global markets having their worst month in years, here is a breakdown on how bad the damage has been since the declines started last week:

U.S. markets, as of Monday’s close:

The Dow Jones industrial average: down 10.3 percent in August, and down 11 percent in 2015.

The Standard & Poor’s 500 index: down 10 percent this month, and down 8.1 percent this year.

The Nasdaq composite: down 11.7 percent this month, and down 4.4 percent this year.

Europe:

Germany’s DAX: down 14.7 percent in August, and down 1.6 percent in 2015.

France’s CAC-40: down 13.8 percent this month, but up 2.6 percent this year.

U.K.’s FTSE 100: down 11.9 percent this month, down 10.2 percent this year.

Asia:

Japan’s Nikkei index: down 9.9 percent in August, up 6.2 percent in 2015.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng: down 13.7 percent this month, and down 10 percent this year.

China’s Shanghai Composite: down 12.4 percent this month, and down 0.8 percent this year.