Oil toiled at a more than one-year low after its worst month in a decade on Friday, while most major markets were keeping moves tight ahead of a weekend meeting between U.S. and Chinese presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping. Remote Europe’s main share indexes in London, Frankfurt and Paris all started their day lower after the latest batch of disappointing Chinese data had made for another twitchy Asian session overnight. Frankfurt’s export-heavy DAX and Britain’s mainly domestic-focused FTSE 250 were both staring at their four consecutive months of falls. For the DAX it is its worst run since the back end of 2008. The real humdingers though have been oil and Apple which have plunged 21 percent and 18 percent respectively, making it also their most […]