2 weeks Global stocks plunge on virus restrictions, US jobs data Inquirer
      NEW YORK, United States - Global stock markets plunged Thursday, with investor sentiment hammered by fears that tighter coronavirus restrictions could derail the tentative economic recovery. In London, equities closed 1.7 percent lower after the British government announced that the capital faces more stringent coronavirus restrictions as case numbers rise. Paris suffered a drop of more than 2.0 percent after the French government announced a curfew for the capital and eight other cities -- covering almost a third of the country's population -- for as long as six weeks. And Frankfurt stocks lost 2.5 percent after Germany ... more