(AP) — Global stocks are lower on evidence of soaring U.S. job losses and anxiety over the global slump caused by the pandemic. Markets in Europe are trading lower after Asia largely closed down. Wall Street futures are down almost 1%. The U.S. government reported 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits this week, raising the number thrown out of work over the past month to nearly 10 million. A monthly jobs report is due Friday and expected to also show loosses. The price of oil, meanwhile, edge up further a day after the U.S. benchmark jumped nearly 25% on hopes for a global deal to reduce excess output.