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World Shares Edge Higher After Tech Rout, Oil Slides

European stocks, which have fewer technology stocks compared to the United States, started the week in the black driven by a 1.2% gain in Germany's Dax and London's export-heavy FTSE 100

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World Shares Edge Down Ahead Of US Jobs Data

The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 49 countries and had touched record highs earlier on Thursday, shed 0.1%.

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World Shares Hit Five-Month High; European Shares, Dollar Falter

Spot gold held close to all-time highs, at $1,974.77 per ounce, amid mounting COVID-19 cases and a warning from the World Health Organization that the road to normality would be long.

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Vaccine Hopes Give Global Stocks, Euro And Oil Shot In The Arm

The euro rose as high as $1.1445, its strongest since March 10 and not far off its peak so far this year of $1.1495.

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World Shares End Stellar Quarter But Still Down In 2020

World shares rose 18.7% this quarter, the biggest quarterly gain in 11 years, but are still down more than 7% so far this year due to a slump of 34% between Feb.

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World Shares Advance On Surprise US Job Recovery, Oil Steadies

Brent crude climbed to as high as $43.41 a barrel before slipping back to $42.65 per barrel. U.S. crude futures stood at $39.74 after having risen to $40.44.

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World Shares Mixed Amid Hopes For Business Pickup; Oil Slips

The S&P 500 lost 20.02 points, or 0.70%, to 2,848.42, and the Nasdaq Composite added 45.27 points, or 0.51%, to 8,854.39.

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World Shares Struggle For Footing After Virus-Battered Week

U.S. crude regained 29 cents to $52.43 a barrel, while Brent crude futures rose 22 cents to $58.51.

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