The Australian stock market falls and sweeps last year's profits
The stock market of Australia began today the day with important losses, as a result of the fall of the stock-market of the United States, and returned to the points of does twelve months.
Half a day, the benchmark ASX 200 was left on Wednesday about two percent at the start and stood at 5,714 points.
The four main Australian banks: Commonwealth, Westpac, ANZ and NAB, are part of the red numbers led by the Bellamy food company, which yields 8.1 percent on the current day.
Since reaching its peak in mid-August, the ASX 200 has fallen by 10 percent, according to analysts, due to the uncertainty of the trade war between China and the US, among other aspects.
The Australian dollar remains relatively stable at 70.6 cents.