A touch of risk aversion crept into financial markets on Wednesday, as the sense of relief over easing U.S.-China trade tensions was overshadowed by the rising geopolitical risk surrounding Syria. Asian stocks closed mostly mixed due to market caution, with European equities sinking lower as investors adopted a guarded approach. Although Wall Street ended higher on Tuesday as trade fears eased, geopolitical tensions could pressure U..S equity bulls this afternoon.
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