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Shares across global markets are trading in negative territory early Monday with one exception, as China’s Shanghai Composite traded 2.5% higher after the People's Bank of China (PBOC) kept their benchmark lending rate unchanged. Commodities more sensitive to the real economy were also on the backfoot with Oil and Copper both declining slightly in early trade.EU leaders struggling to agree on their recovery fund, still rising coronavirus infections across several countries and the fear of fiscal packages ending in the US are all factors contributing to shaky investors’ sentiment.... Read More
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