Stocks were generally weaker in Asia, aside from China; Shanghai gained more than three percent in its first session since the end of September and the Hang Seng added a quarter percent. But the Nikkei was down one percent and Australia lost a fraction. Europe is broadly down on the session as well, with the Dax of a quarter percent and the Footsie down three quarters. US stock futures are lower by about a third percent.
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