London — Europe’s share markets, bond yields and the euro all edged higher on Tuesday, as mildly reassuring signals from China’s economy helped limit worries about a potential second wave of coronavirus infections.

The mood was decidedly fragile, with five new virus cases in Wuhan — the original epicentre of the outbreak — renewed trade tensions and a tussle over negative US interest rates all part of the mix...

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