European stocks edged higher on Thursday, showing the nervousness around coronavirus and trade tensions lingered after the heavy selling from the previous day.
The Stoxx Europe 600
which slumped 2.8% on Wednesday, rose 0.5%.
States reintroducing lockdown measures in the world’s largest economy, as well as companies including Apple
shutting down stores, have worried investors.
“It seems that the ‘second wave’ has arrived even before the first…