Markets poised for Opec decision as US jobless data looms - business live

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Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news as investors wait for a deal between oil producers, and prepare for another 5 million US jobless claims 8.03am BST And European markets, which closed in the red last night, have taken their cues from Wall Street after both the Dow and S&P closed +3.4% higher. 7.50am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. Investors have more than enough on their plate on the last day before the Easter long weekend. The sharp rise in unemployment levels across the world is a clear and present concern for some in the markets, who take the not unreasonable view that markets are underestimating the economic damage that is about to be unleashed on the US and the global economy. Continue reading...
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