European markets opened lower Monday morning as global stocks pause for breath following a bumper month on the back of positive vaccine news.
The Dow has risen 12.9% so far this month, on pace for its best monthly performance since January 1987.
China's Wine Tariffs Will Have a ‘Devastating Impact' on Small Australian Producers, Trade Group Says
China’s commerce ministry on Friday announced preliminary anti-dumping duties ranging from 107% to 212% on Australian bottled wine imports.
Lijian Zhao, a spokesperson at the Chinese foreign ministry, earlier tweeted the fake image of an Australian soldier holding a knife to the throat of a child.
OPEC Alliance Considers Delay to Its Output Hike, But Faces a U.S. Shale Industry ‘Itching to Drill Again'
Oil-producing group OPEC, and its allies, will likely delay an output hike at its meeting this week as it weighs positive vaccine news against new coronavirus lockdowns.