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#BlackMonday, market selloff take over Twitter

As markets continued to suffer losses early on Monday, Twitter has erupted with hashtags like #BlackMonday and #ChinaMeltdown.

#ShanghaiComposite and #ChinaMeltdown were also trending as China's Shanghai Composite plunged over 8 percent on Monday—its biggest one-day percentage fall since Feb. 27, 2007.

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European markets also saw heavy losses on Monday, as global growth concerns continue to weigh on sentiment. Investors are also nervous that Chinese officials failed to deliver any large stimulus measures over the weekend.

In the meantime, users on Twitter are providing all sorts of commentary on the news:

—CNBC's Matt Clinch contributed to this report.