Equity markets across Europe and Asia are in negative territory after the Chinese government vowed retaliation in response to US President Donald Trump's $200bn trade tariffs threat on Chinese goods on Monday, as two of the world's largest economies take a step closer to a full-blown trade war.
In Europe, the FTSE 100 fell 0.5% to 7,593 points while the Euro Stoxx 50 dropped 1.1% to 3,429 points. This follows falls in Asian markets in overnight trading where Hong Kong's Hang Seng declined...
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