Global markets shrug off trade war fears

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the Guardian—European and Asian markets rise after Wall Street hits record high as fears subside surrounding the trade dispute between China and the USPound falls on renewed Brexit fearsUber in talks to buy Deliveroo, Bloomberg reportsNatWest customers locked out of online accounts 9.35am BST In the latest technical glitch for UK high street banks, NatWest, RBS and Ulster bank customers are unable to access their bank accounts through the app and online this morning.Hannah Maundrell, editor in chief of...

Global Stocks Rally As Asia Shrugs Off Trade War Fears. Global equities rallied for a second day on Wednesday with US futures flat while European shares edged higher following a strong session in Asia as safe-havens such as US Treasurys and the Japanese yen dropped to multi-week lows as investors bet the escalating U.S.-China trade spat would inflict less damage than feared. While the rising tariffs between the United States and China threatens to disrupt supply chains and undermine the world economy, markets took cheer from China’s move to levy...