RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The international market resumes risk appetite, as corporate balance sheets overshadow concerns about the delta variant.
Wednesday starts with international stock markets continuing to recover from the losses earlier this week when concerns about the Delta variant caused a wave of risk aversion in the international market.
In Europe, where the Stoxx 600 rises more than 1% this morning, shares linked to tourism return to show significant increases after periods of losses. In the United States, the main stock indexes advance about 0.4%, with investors paying attention to the second-quarter results season.
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