SPAIN’S stock exchange has suffered its worst month in three years amid serious worries over the economic situation in China.
The Ibex 35, based in Madrid, closed August with a drop of 8.24% on July.
The final session, on Monday, closed with a fall of 0.91%.
Yesterday, trading was also slightly down, although not as bad as some had feared.
It comes as stock markets across Europe are stuttering in the wake of China’s sudden economic slowdown.