Shares of Johnson & Johnson fell 10 percent on Friday and were on track to post their biggest percentage drop in more than 16 years.
The small-cap S&P 600 Index .SPCY fell 1.6 percent to mark a 20.05 percent decline from its Aug. 31 closing high.
For the week, the S&P fell 1.25 percent and the Dow lost 1.2 percent while the Nasdaq shed 0.84 percent.
Stocks worldwide tumbled on Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe fanned concerns of a global economic slowdown and left investors fretting over the wider impact of a still-unresolved Sino-U.S. trade dispute.
Domestic investors have sought nearly double the number of shares offered by SoftBank Group Corp’s (9984.T) soon-to-list wireless unit, two sources from a lead IPO underwriter said, underscoring strong demand for Japan’s third-largest telco.
U.S. stocks fell 0.8 percent on Friday, as weak economic data from China and Europe exacerbated global growth fears and added to nerves about the U.S.-China trade talks.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower on Friday as weak economic data from China and Europe exacerbated global growth fears and added to nerves over the U.S.-China trade talks.
Market regulator Sebi Friday relaxed guidelines pertaining to setting up cyber security operations centre for small market intermediaries as they lack knowledge in cyber security.
Markets regulator Sebi Friday said the ban imposed on F6 Finserv, F6 Commodities and their eight former and present directors for non-settlement and mis-utilisation of client funds would "continue till further orders".