Besides coronavirus, other news has been driving the stocks of Apple, Wallmart and General Motors to the lower levels.
European equities ascend, Dax reaches new all-time maximum
On Monday, European equities started moderately higher after four consecutive weeks of revenues, with Germany's Dax hitting a fresh maximum because concerns regarding the situation in Catalonia relieved after Sunday's protest against independence.
The pan-European STOXX 600 rallied 0.2% during early trade, the Dax gained 0.3%, thus demonstrating a fresh record of 12,997 points.
Meanwhile, Spain's IBEX managed to rebound 1%, with Caixabank acquiring 2% after its board decided to move its registered office to Valencia.
A modest rebound for the British pound that has been suffering from Theresa May's inability to maintain authority over her cabinet, applied pressure on the FTSE – the UK key benchmark slid 0.1%.
Credit Agricole slumped 0.8% after its CEO stressed it was considering joining the flock of potential suitors for Commerzbank.
Additionally, in France, Airbus appeared to be the top loser, going down 1.5%.
Will coronavirus continue keeping the markets in fear? What releases should we wait for? Find out in the news!
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Canadian monthly GDP will be out at 15:30 MT time on Friday.
Let’s consider the best and the worst-performing assets as Monday’s session kicks in.