Shares spiral on arrest of China executive; oil sinks as output decision delayed
2018-12-6 06:05 pm
Stock markets around world tumbled on Thursday as the arrest of a top Chinese technology executive cast further shadows on U.S.-China trade relations, while oil prices sank on fears of smaller-than-expected output cuts.
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