March 7, 2021
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Trump stimulus threat puts holiday-thinned markets on edge – Reuters Canada

* Trump calls long-awaited stimulus bill a disgrace
* S&P 500 futures wobble lower; Asia stocks gain anyway
* Virus mutation worries weigh on commods, support dollar
SINGAPORE, Dec 23 (Reuters) – Stock futures wobbled and commodities fell on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump threw a last-minute spanner into pandemic relief plans, although Asian equities rose as traders looked through fears about an infectious new coronavirus strain.
In a video posted on Twitter, Trump said a stimulus bill,…

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