LONDON (Reuters) – Investors tensions over fighting in Iraq and Ukraine saw a global shift into traditional safe-haven currencies, precious metals and bonds on Monday, and oil hovered near a nine-month high.
The mood also spread to share markets. The Nikkei in Tokyo saw its biggest fall in a month and European bourses .FTEU3 started 0.2 percent in the red having just about held on for a ninth week of back-to-back gains on Friday.
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