European Indices ended higher on Friday as members of the European Union discussed the European Commission's plan for a $1.2-trln seven-year plan, including a $825-bln recovery fund, to help member nations battle the economic downturn.Asian indices were down in early trade today due to fears of a second wave of novel coronavirus in the US and China, which could further hit global economy.On Sunday, the White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said US President Donald Trump's administration is preparing for a second wave of coronavirus infections."We are filling the stockpile in anticipation of a possible problem in the fall. We are doing everything we can beneath the surface, working as hard as we possibly can," Navarro told CNN.The US reported more than 30,000 new infections on Friday and Saturday--the highest daily totals since May 1--according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.The resurgence of the virus across the US comes as states re-open economies after months of lockdowns and people return to normal activities.