London — Stimulus from China capped a strong week for global share markets on Friday, while bond buyers and dollar dealers were waiting for US jobs data after their first significant sell-offs in months.

After a roller-coaster week dominated by UK and Italian political drama, Washington and Beijing trade talk, global monetary stimulus and Argentina’s imposing capital controls, calm looked to have returned. Then Beijing cut in...

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