Global markets pressured by North Korea fears

Global markets pressured by North Korea fearsEuropean and Asian equity markets were mostly lower Friday on the back of simmering tensions between the United States and North Korea, but firmer prices on Wall Street helped put a floor under the losses in Europe, dealers said.


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