SBS FINANCE | Global shares plummet | Ricardo Goncalves

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SBS World News blooper (1990)

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Australian shares lost $90b over the past two days, after Wall Street suffered it's biggest points decline in history.

Is it just a correction, or something more sinister?

SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves explains.

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