December 26, 2018
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US and European stock markets have lost ground again as global political and economic uncertainty continues to haunt investors.

Despite their apparent recovery on Wednesday, leading US indexes fell nearly 2% in early Thursday trading, following similar losses in Europe.

Weak US consumer confidence data for December sparked the latest sell-off.

However, analysts cautioned that volatile share price movements were exacerbated by thin holiday trading.

At one point, the Dow Jones index dropped by more than 500 points or 1.8%, while the S&P 500 fell by 48 points or 2%.

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