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For a third day in a row, global markets remain generally upbeat on the whole, although US stocks have creeped into the red after opening up in positive territory. Traders are shrugging off concerns about rising coronavirus cases and that much of Beijing is once again under lockdown.Geopolitical tensions have popped up round the globe but in a world where only central bank liquidity matters, these concerns have been quickly forgotten. Sentiment has also been boosted after a cheap steroid, normally used to reduce inflammation in other diseases, was found to reduce death rates by around a... Read More
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