STOCK FUTURES IN SHARP PLUNGE -- 'People don't want to get involved at these levels'
(CNBC) — U.S. stock futures opened lower on Sunday after Wall Street recorded its worst day since 2011.
Dow Jones industrial average futures opened down about 80 points and shed as much as 163 points before holding at about 124 points lower.
S&P 500 futures opened down 12.50 points and fell as much as about 18 points before holding at about 14 points lower. Nasdaq futures fell 33 points at the open before falling as much as 44 points and were last down about 35 points.
Asian shares sold off dramaticallyat their open as well, with Tokyo sharply lower and all eyes on where China’s markets would start the day.