Wall Street Rebounds | Tesla, ASX Woes Global markets recovered overnight, as shares on Wall Street rebounded by about 2%, with Tech stocks leading the charge as Microsoft and Tesla reported strong earnings figures.   It is shaping up to be the worst month for stocks since the global financial crisis. As we discussed yesterday, there does not seem to be a single catalyst for the sell-off, but a number of concerns worrying investors. Rising interest rates, impacts of trade tensions and Chinese growth, to Italy's budget concerns and the upcoming US mid-term elections all have investors on the defensive. We are clearly in the latter stages of what has been a long bull market, and volatility has returned to markets this month in a big way.   The rout on Wall Street spread into Asian markets yesterday, and Australian shares have wiped all their gains from the past 12 months, diving into a technical correction. We would expect to see a rebound across the local Aussie and Kiwi markets today, and believe it is importa...