NEW YORK (BBH FX Strategy) -- The dollar and yen maintained a supportive tone amid the combination of global growth concerns and eurozone debt concerns. Europe's Stoxx 600 equity index is showing a 1.7% net loss ahead of the North American open, extending Friday's correction of the big gains seen in the early part of last week. The MSCI Asia Pacific index fell by 2.7% and U.S. equity index futures are point to a negative open on Wall Street.Although China's PMI held up better than expected, today's European data mostly painted a more worrisome picture, increasing demand for safe havens. Today's Economic and Financial Affairs Council meeting will give further opportunity for discussion about a possible extension or leveraging of the European Financial Stability Facility. Oil below $80 bbl and three-month copper on the LME down as much as 5.5% to $6,635 a tonne, the lowest since July 21, 2010, and down nearly 30% this year.