Asian and European markets mostly fell yesterday with sentiment depressed by a spike in Coronavirus infections.
Markets were again mixed after the Federal Reserve pledged to provide as much support as necessary for the US economy.
The standoff is the latest in a string of issues, that have dramatically worsened relations between the superpowers.
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Hopes for a virus vaccine helped push Asian markets higher yesterday after promising results from two clinical trials.
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Equities were mixed yesterday in Asia after a healthy run-up the day before as traders weigh positive data.
Markets mostly fell as investors kept a nervous eye on a spike in virus infections around the world.