- Global equities are mostly lower after Washington approved a deal to finance the U.S. government until January 15 and raise the debt limit so that the country can continue to increase its borrowing until February 7.
- The short-term nature of the agreement has markets wary of another stand-off in another three months or so.
- Japan +0.8%, Hong Kong -0.6%, China -0.2%, India -0.4%.
- EU Stoxx 50 -0.6%, London -0.4%, Paris -0.7%, Frankfurt -0.6%, Milan -0.6%, Madrid -0.3%.
- U.S. Stock futures: Dow -0.4%. S&P -0.25%. Nasdaq -0.1%
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Global shares fall after U.S. OKs short-term debt-budget deal
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