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Financial markets have collapsed as a result of the worst CV-19 disparities so far.
In Asia-Pacific markets, stocks fell sharply, oil prices plummeted, and European markets were expected to open sharply.
Scientists say that the B11.1.529 mutation contains a very large number of mutations, which may help the body to suppress the immune system.
Those mutations appear to be different from the version of the target protein vaccine.
Britain has banned travel to six southern African countries, including South Africa, last night.
South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini and Zimbabwe are on the British Red Cross.
Two B.1.1.529 cases were also found in Hong Kong.
The news has caused quite a stir in the market. Asian-Pacific stocks have been hit hardest since August MSCI’s Asia’s share of Japan slipped 2 percent.
Of Japan Nike With travel stocks among the largest fallers, decreased by 2.5%. Japan Airlines is down 6.5 percent.
Hong Kong Hang Seng The index of B.1.1.529 decreased by 2.4% for fear of exacerbating the epidemic.
Michael HausenChief Market Analyst by CMC Markets, The emergence of B.1.1.529 triggered “big sales” in Asian-Pacific markets.
It is understood that this variant contains up to 30 distinct mutations, prompting WHO officials to convene an emergency meeting to discuss the effectiveness of the vaccine and other treatments. The new tension has prompted the UK government to impose travel bans on six African countries, fearing that this could lead to infection and other consequences.
For the time being, he understands that the number of cases is small, but due to the low liquid levels in Asia due to the American holidays, the response seems to be too much, the bonds are increasing, production is declining and gold is high.
British FTSE 100 index of blue-chip shares are on the verge of falling 2% on the field, a loss seen across Europe.
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