The selloff in global markets gathered force on Monday, with commodities and stocks hitting a number of records. Here's a list of the highs and lows seen in the markets on Monday.
Taiwan stocks plunged to their lowest level in nearly three years, with the main TAIEX index falling 4.8 percent to close at 7,410.34, its lowest since November 2012.
U.S. soybeans hit a fresh six-year low in Asian trade on Monday, according to Reuters, having fallen 2 percent on Friday as well.
Chicago Board of Trade November soybeans, the most actively traded contract, fell as low as $8.71-1/2. Front-month soybeans hit a session low of $8.88-2/8 a bushel, the lowest since October 2009.
"China is the world's biggest buyer of soy and the market is concerned about a slowdown," said Phin Ziebell, agribusiness economist at National Australia Bank. "The other part of it is the weather in the United States and there is quite a lot of optimism on the crop. It is combining to see today's price falls."
The Shanghai Composite erased its 2015 gains, including the 60 percent it added between January and June, after closing down 8.5 percent on Monday. This was the benchmark Chinese index's biggest one-day percentage fall since February 2007.
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index closed 5.2 percent lower at its lowest since March 2014.