Global shares mixed after U.S. plan to delay China tariffs

TOKYO -- Global shares were mixed Wednesday after the U.S. said it would hold off on tariffs on Chinese imports of cellphones, toys and several other items typically on holiday shopping lists.

France's CAC 40 slipped 0.3% to 5,346.57.

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