Global markets bounce as US agrees deal to stop a fresh government shutdown
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 () **
· *Global stock markets are rallying for a second consecutive day Tuesday as investors take heart from news overnight that a fresh shutdown of the US government looks to have been averted.*
· *The fresh shutdown, which was set to begin Saturday, has been kicked down the road thanks to a $1.4 billion funding deal.*
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