Japanese stocks plunged Tuesday and other Asian markets declined following heavy Wall Street losses triggered by President Donald Trump’s attack on the U.S. central bank. The Nikkei 225 NIK, +1.48% fell by an unusually wide margin of 5%, hitting its lowest point since May 2017 with a close at 19,155.74. The index is now down just over 21% from highs reached in early October, which meets a widely accepted definition of a bear market. Loses were widespread, with all 33 Tokyo Stock Exchange subsectors posting losses. Fuji Electric 6504, +1.83%  dropped over 7%, SoftBank Group 9984, +0.48%   was off 7.6%, Fast Retailing 9983, +0.30%   fell over 4% and Toyota 7203, +1.65%   sank over 5%……Read More