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Global stock markets traded lower on Tuesday as investors moved into wait-and-see mode.
Alibaba and Meituan shares slide in Hong Kong, on worries about China's regulatory crackdowns.
The US rise in COVID-19 cases could prompt the Fed to stick to its pace of asset purchases, a strategist said.
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US stocks looked poised to open slightly lower on Tuesday as investors focus on earnings reports from major technology companies, while Asian equities slid on concerns about China's clampdowns on key industry sectors.Futures on the Dow Jones, S&P 500, and Nasdaq fell as much as 0.4%, suggesting the indexes will trade lower when markets open later in the day.Tesla reported earnings ...