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Global stock markets rose second on fears of inflation in the United States

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The World Health Organization warned on Monday that the epidemic was still not over, despite high levels of vaccination in some countries.

In the United States, investors fear that the US Federal Reserve will shift its monetary policy beyond the Federal Reserve’s 2% target for the current period, which could worsen the outlook for stocks that could benefit from lower interest rates.

This fear points to one of the key factors that led to the S&P 500 Index falling 4% from the middle of last week. The Nasdaq composite index fell 2.4% and the Dove index fell 2.3%.

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