World markets awaiting key US jobs data (AP)

A Portuguese broker talks on the phone Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010 in Lisbon. Portugal's high debt burden remained a concern for the eurozone and financial markets after European Union countries endorsed a plan to help Ireland with its ailing finances. Portugal is regarded as the next weakest link after Ireland because of its high debt load and weak growth. It has been a target for market concern since Greece's bailout in May. (AP Photo/ Francisco Seco)AP – World markets traded in narrow ranges Friday ahead of crucial U.S. jobs data, while the euro remained buoyed by the European Central Bank’s decision to keep providing banks with as much cash liquidity as they want.

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