European stocks sink in the middle of outbreak of infections

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European shares fell on Wednesday for new homes in Germany and Japan and an “alarming rise” in the united states has raised fears about a spike in cases of coronavirus across the world.

^STOXX) was down nearly 1.8%. London, the FTSE 100 (^FTSE) has been about 2.3%. ” data-reactid= “24”>The pan-European STOXX 600 index (^STOXX) was down nearly 1.8%. London, the FTSE 100 (^FTSE) was down about 2.3%.

^GDAXI) fell almost 2.2%, while in France, the CAC 40 (^FCHI) was 1.9% in the red. ” data-reactid= “25”>the German DAX (^GDAXI) fell almost 2.2%, while in France, the CAC 40 (^FCHI) was 1.9% in the red.

Last Tuesday, officials of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia imposed a second localized lock after more than 1 500 workers in a meat processing plant have tested positive for the coronavirus.

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The number of daily infections in Tokyo on Tuesday reached their highest level in nearly two months, while Anthony Fauci, at the White House infectious disease experts, warned that the united states was in the throes of an “alarming rise” in cases of coronavirus.

Seven u.s. states — Arizona, Arkansas, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas, have declared a record number of coronavirus hospitalizations Tuesday.

“This is not a second wave, but rather a continuation of the first,” said Connor Campbell, financial analyst at Spreadex.

“Of course, the investors were quite worried about this news, especially since it is the result of the recent outbreak in Beijing, a new cluster of cases in Tokyo, a record one-day total of new cases in Mexico and Monday, the reports that the Germany of R rate crossed the critical level 1 due to thousands of cases in an abattoir,” he said.

The declines in Europe followed a broadly positive session in Asia, where stocks overall hit four months.

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^SSEC) rose 0.3% on Wednesday, while the Hang Seng (^HSI) is down by less than 0.1% in Hong Kong, at market close. ” data-reactid= “34”>China SSE Composite Index (^SSEC) rose 0.3% on Wednesday, while the Hang Seng (^HSI) is down by less than 0.1% in Hong Kong, at market close.

^N225) has also closed down less than 0.1% in the red, while the KOSPI Composite Index (^KOSPI) in Korea was 1.4%. Australia ASX 200 (^AXJO) has increased by slightly more than 0.1%. ” data-reactid= “35”>Japan’s Nikkei (^N225) has also closed down less than 0.1% in the red, while the KOSPI Composite Index (^KOSPI) in Korea was 1.4%. Australia ASX 200 (^AXJO) has increased by slightly more than 0.1%.

Futures contracts were pointing to a lower open for US stocks on Wednesday.

ES=F) has decreased by more than 1.1% while the Dow Jones Industrial average futures (YM=F) declined 1.2%. The Nasdaq futures (NQ=F), meanwhile, has been of the order of 0.8%. ” data-reactid= “37”>S&P 500 futures (ES=F) has decreased by more than 1.1% while the Dow Jones Industrial average futures (YM=F) declined 1.2%. The Nasdaq futures (NQ=F), meanwhile, has been of the order of 0.8%.

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