Stock markets end mostly lower after strong run

New York (AFP) – Global stock markets mostly fell on Tuesday as investors locked in profits from a strong recent run, with analysts saying that equity valuations had started to look too optimistic, prompting a reality check.Dire corporate and economic news in the eurozone sparked selling in Europe. The Dow and S&P 500 also retreated ahead of a Federal Reserve policy decision, although the Nasdaq powered to its second straight record.The Fed began its two-day meeting, the first since the US economy began to meaningfully reopen from the coronavirus shutdowns that froze much activity in March, Ap…

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