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Trump’s push for $2K coronavirus stimulus checks ‘good news’ for emerging markets: Expert
Mobius Capital Partners Founding Partner Mark Mobius reacts to President Trump calling for amendments to the coronavirus stimulus.
Stocks rose in China and were little changed in Japan on Friday with most world markets closed for Christmas holidays.
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The mixed session followed an advance during Wall Street's shortened Christmas Eve trading as investors began the holiday weekend seemingly untroubled over President Donald Trump’s threat not to sign a major economic stimulus package approved by Congress this week.
STOCKS DELIVER GAINS AHEAD OF CHRISTMAS
The economic package remained in limbo after Republican lawmakers rejected Trump’s demand that the end-of-year spending bill give most Americans $2,000 COVID relief checks — far more than the $600 members of his own party had agreed to.
Tokyo's Nikkei 225 fell less than 0.1% to 26,656.61 after the government reported that retail sales fell 2% from a year earlier in November, while consumer prices dropped the most they have in a decade.