London — European markets are set to open lower in diluted trading sessions on Monday holidays, and many markets are still closed for Christmas celebrations.
Market players are concerned about coronavirus restrictions and central bank strict policies, and show signs that highly mutated Omicron strains of the virus are milder than previous variants such as Delta.
New studies in South Africa and the UK Last week, Omicron was suggested to have a low risk of hospitalization and serious illness. In the UK over the weekend, infections were still over 100,000, but France also reported cases above that number for the first time.
In Asia Stocks mixed in Monday trading, Several major markets in the region are closed due to holidays.
The US market will reopen on Monday after the Christmas holidays, while the UK and Ireland will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
European stocks are set to open lower in holiday diluted trading
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