(Bloomberg) — Global stocks rose with U.S. equity futures on Friday as investors cheered the latest breakthrough in trade negotiations between America and China and stimulus talks in Europe. Treasuries slipped.
The Stoxx 600 Index climbed as attention turned to Friday’s negotiations over the European Union’s proposed 750 billion-euro ($840 billion) program to help economies rebound from lockdowns. Wirecard AG shares bucked the trend, continuing their free-fall as the German payments company faced a potential cash crunch. Contracts on the three main U.S. stock gauges advanced after China said it plans to accelerate purchases of American farm goods to comply