London — Global shares were on course on Thursday to end their longest winning streak in over a year, one that has lifted them more than 10%, as the post-US election and coronavirus vaccine bull run paused.

Europe’s main markets opened down 0.7% and Wall Street futures fell. For the first time in November, MSCI’s 49-country world index was in the red. Asia had finished flat...

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