Global stock markets gained on Monday (May 4) as states across the United States (US) continued to let nonessential businesses reopen and ease social distancing measures to restart the economy. Meanwhile, Stock markets across Europe closed deep in the red on Monday, with the DAX 30 falling more than 390 points or 3.6% to finish at 10,467, amid growing concerns about US-China relations after President Trump threatened fresh tariff action against Beijing over the COVID-19 outbreak. 

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