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Investors worried about the threat of a new wave of coronavirus
European markets are mixed on Tuesday, with the London FTSE up 0.4 percent, the Frankfurt DAX stagnant, and the Paris CAC-40 down slightly.
Asian markets suffered significant losses earlier Tuesday amid fears of a second wave of coronavirus. Hong Kong index fell 1.4 percent to close, Sydney and Taipei indices lost just over 1 percent. Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai showed a slight decline.
Dow Jones US Index Futures, S&The P 500 and Nasdaq trade 1 percent lower, indicating that Wall Street will start trading in negative territory..
US West Texas Intermediate crude rose 2.6 percent to $ 24.79 a barrel, while benchmark Brent crude rose 1.5 percent to $ 30.08 a barrel.
While the world’s economies are beginning to gradually return to normalcy, experts warn that it will be difficult for American markets to achieve a full recovery unless a mass testing system is established and a vaccine is available soon..
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