Bear paints global stocks market red amid slow global recovery prospect

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Major stock markets across the world this week witnessed significant profit-taking, as investors thronged towards safe-haven assets.

This came as the fair of a possible second round of lockdown gained traction in some states in the U.S., UK, some Euro-Zone countries, and Asia amid a resurgence in the number of newly infected persons and death cases from the Coronavirus pandemic.

Bear paints global stocks market red amid slow global recovery prospect
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Notably, thirteen (13) out of the fourteen (14) stock market performance indices within our coverage closed red this week, save for Argentina MERVAL which gained 0.60% w/w.

We expect the markets to see some respite next week, as local authorities in the affected countries continue to put all effort to tame the spread of the pandemic.
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