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European stocks seen lower on lower oil prices, focus on earnings and data

“Asian markets were mostly lower on Wednesday after a report from the International Energy Agency projected lower oil demand for this year and the next” writes Silvia Amaro for cnbc.com. In earnings news, Barratt Developments and Rolls-Royce will issue a trading update; Premier Foods and Talk Talk will post interim results.European equities are poised to open in the red Wednesday morning as market sentiment is curbed by weaker oil prices.Brent was lower by 1.3 percent trading at $61.38 a barrel and WTI fell 1.1 percent to $55.06 at about 06:15 London time.
 
Source: cnbc.com



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