GLOBAL STOCKS ENDED AFTER DONALD TRUMP BAN WECHAT AND TIKTOK.
World global stocks ended four days of gains after president Donald Trump ban U.S transaction for using popular two Chinese apps WeChat and TikTok.
The well known popular Chinese apps WeChat own by Tencent while TikTok own by ByteDance, has been banned from U.S digital space.
The Donald Trump administration said that this week it was stepping up efforts to purge untrusted Chinese app from U.S digital space, just before 6 a.m ET Britain FTSE 100 fell 0.22 per cent.
Germany's DAX and France's CAC 40 fell 0.33per cent and 0.64 per cent respectively, over in Asia, Japan Nikkei ended down 0.39 per cent. While Hong Kong Hang Seng fell 1.6per cent.
New York futures were lower, while Canadian dollar was trading at 74.84 Us cents. Sharing of other U.S listed Chinese Companies backed by Tencent including JD.com, Huya inc and Nio Inc fell between o.5% and 3.8% on Friday.
The Chinese foreign ministry has response to Trump's action and said "it would defend the interests of Chinese businesses and warned that the United states would have to bear the consquences of it action.