European stock markets were mostly weaker overnight. Asian stocks were mostly firmer, led by China, which on Thursday injected liquidity into its financial system for the first time in over two weeks. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward weaker openings when the New York day session begins.Gold prices are holding solid gains and are at a five-month high on safe-haven demand.

Heightened geopolitical risks are still on the front burner of the world marketplace.

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