As the U.S. pulls away from the rest of the world in coronavirus cases, investors begin to look elsewhere

by Baylee Beatrice

Happy Friday, Bull Sheeters. You don’t see this every day: the U.S. futures are decoupling from the rest of the global equities markets. Asia and Europe are solidly trading higher, while the U.S. looks set to open in the red. Why? Guess which part of the world is doing a decent job of managing the coronavirus, and which part of the world has fallen down on the job?

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