Covid-19 concerns and pessimism that a US fiscal stimulus package can be passed before next week’s election drag markets lower. Skip to main content The Guardian – Back to home Support The Guardian Available for everyone, funded by readers Contribute Subscribe Contribute Search jobs Sign in My account Account overview Billing Profile Emails & marketing Settings Help Comments & replies Sign out Search switch to the International edition switch to the UK edition switch to the US edition switch to the Australia edition current edition: International edition News Opinion Sport Culture Lifestyle Show More News Coronavirus World news UK news Environment Science Global development Football Tech Business Obituaries Opinion The Guardian view Columnists Cartoons Opinion videos Letters Sport Football Cricket Rugby union Tennis Cycling F1 Golf US sports Culture Books Music TV & radio Art & design Film Games Classical Stage Lifestyle Fashion Food Recipes Love & sex Health & fitness Home & garden Women Men Family Travel Money What term do you want to search? Search with google Make a contribution Subscribe International edition switch to the UK edition switch to the US edition switch to the Australia edition Search jobs Holidays Digital Archive Guardian Puzzles app The Guardian app Video Podcasts Pictures Newsletters Today’s paper Inside the Guardian The Observer Guardian Weekly Crosswords Facebook Twitter Search jobs Holidays Digital Archive Guardian Puzzles app Business Economics Banking Money Markets Project Syndicate B2B Retail More Business live Business Oil prices, stock markets fall as coronavirus cases rise – business live Covid-19 concerns and pessimism that a US fiscal stimulus package can be passed before next week’s election drag markets lower LIVE Updated Skyscrapers in the City of London financial district. […] Rising coronavirus cases around the world and new government restrictions, along with growing doubts that a US fiscal stimulus package can be passed before next week’s election, are weighing on markets. […] Markets are not expecting much action this week, but the ECB could pave the way for more stimulus in December.
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