BANGKOK (AP) — Global shares were mostly weaker on Monday, with Chinese markets posting moderate losses after a week-long holiday reopened on news of more lockdowns in China due to rising coronavirus cases. COVID-19.
Shares fell in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Paris and London but rose in Frankfurt. Tokyo markets were closed for a holiday.
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