European stock markets traded lower Friday, with travel stocks weighing after Britain added more countries to its quarantine list while Chinese data suggested a slow economic recovery.
Daily Market Analysis
European stock markets are seen opening cautiously higher Friday, with Chinese economic data suggesting a slow recovery ahead of the release of quarterly growth numbers for the eurozone.
US stocks are set to open marginally lower Thursday, consolidating after strong gains the previous session
Asian equity markets traded with a lacklustre tone following on from a weak lead from US where the major indices faltered in late trade.
Futures tracking the S&P 500 index hit a record high on Tuesday as investors shrugged off simmering US-China tensions to bet on a stimulus-led economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Russian health ministry has approved coronavirus vaccine developed by Moscow's Gamaleya Institute. He hopes Russia will start mass production of coronavirus vaccine very soon.
Asian stock markets rose this morning on relief that another round of Sino-US sparring appears not to have spilled over into trade, while hopes for US stimulus support oil and other commodity currencies.
China arrested Jimmy Lai, one of Hong Kong’s richest and best-known publishers, on suspicion of collusion with foreign agents.
US stocks are set to open lower Friday, with investors worry over rising tensions between the US and China, deadlock over the next virus relief bill and possible disappointments from the key monthly employment report.
Dollar continues to keep firmer on the day, all eyes on the US jobs report later.
Asian equity markets failed to sustain the positive tone from Wall Street where all major indices notched gains as technology sector outperformed for another day.