(Bloomberg) — U.S. equity futures slipped, while European stocks advanced as investors studied whether a resurgence in coronavirus infections will sap appetite for riskier assets.
EasyJet Plc slumped after selling more shares. Deutsche Lufthansa AG rallied as its biggest stockholder backed a government rescue package. West Texas crude oil fell below $38 a barrel. Gold continued its push toward $1,800 an ounce. The dollar fluctuated versus a basket of its peers.
The pullback from equities in some markets and flight to havens reflects investor worries that lockdowns may be reimposed and economies re-opened more slowly. New infections set daily records