World Markets: Shares dip on US fiscal cliff
Worries about Greece still remain, but at least some uncertainties have been removed, so we are unlikely to see a big euro sell-off, said Masashi Murata, senior currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in Tokyo.
German Bund futures held firm in early trade, supported by the concerns over Greece, with the main Bund futures contract last at 143.14, little changed from Friday's close.
Commodities were mixed, with Brent oil slipping below $109 per barrel and U.S. crude sliding under $86 a barrel, while gold edged up to $1,734 an ounce, near a three-week high of $1,738.
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