Tired of the losses, wanting to see some trends highers? Today is not your day then. With the Volkswagen test scandal in Europe, the China manufacturing data still not looking good, the wakeup of Japan after the 3-day holiday closes, and finally the waiting of the statement from Janet Yellen about the inflation in the University of Massachusetts, world markets are sliding once again, for the fifth day in a row. This number is based on the MSCI 45 Country All World index. Japan got -2.2% from NIKKEI after the holidays, FTSE got -0.6%, DAX 30 -1.8% and CAC 40 got a -1.6%. This already settle the not so good environment. And because of that, US morning trades are falling as well, with -1.47% for Dow Jones, -1.6% for NASDAQ Composite, and -1.34% for S&P 500. Remember that the day has just begun in US, but still. So, what's your opinion on this fall? Some calls already this the proof that the economic growth is no longer there.