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TOKYO (AP) — Global shares were mostly lower in muted trading Monday ahead of the Thanksgiving holidays in the U.S., as gloom carried over from Friday's retreat on Wall Street.
Asian shares pulled back on Monday with investor sentiment hurt by a retreat on Wall Street, while the euro and German stock futures skidded after German coalition talks hit an impasse. European stock futures (STXEc1) were down 0.3 percent, suggesting downbeat openings for the region, with DAX futures (FDXc1) down 0.7 percent, CAC futures (FCEc1) off 0.2 percent and FTSE futures (FFIc1) 0.1 percent lower. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was off its session lows to be slightly down, as volatile Chinese shares reversed earlier sharp losses.
Asian shares pulled back on Monday with investor sentiment hurt by a retreat on Wall Street, while the euro and German stock futures skidded after German coalition talks hit an impasse. European stock ...
Asian shares pulled back on Monday with investor sentiment hurt by a retreat on Wall Street, while the euro and German stock futures skidded after German coalition talks hit an impasse. European stock futures were down 0.3 percent, suggesting downbeat openings for the region, with DAX futures down 0.7 percent, CAC futures off 0.2 percent and FTSE futures 0.1 percent lower. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was off its session lows to be slightly down, as volatile Chinese shares reversed earlier sharp losses.
Stock futures fell as German government coalition talks broke down. Marvell Technology reportedly is near a deal to buy Cavium for about $6 billion.
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