World stocks and the euro fell for a fourth day on Tuesday, as investors that had piled into both all year took a step back as the list of global uncertainties began to lengthen again. The list included a new low in US and North Korean relations, a jolt to the right in German politics, rising oil prices, falling tech stocks and the prospect of signals later from the ECB and Federal Reserve on their next moves. Asian stocks wilted in line with Wall Street overnight and European bourses struggled too, despite solid French data and a new one-month low for the euro which has ...
European shares flat after Wall Street tech selloff, Korean tensions
Asian stocks wilted in line with Wall Street overnight