GLOBAL MARKETS-Europe slumps as French car crash adds to oil spill
* Oil back above $30 a barrel
* European bourses down more than 2 pct
* French car shares slump as Renault investigated
* Canadian dollar steadies after hitting lowest since 2003
* Euro dip after ECB minutes from disappointing Dec meeting
* 10-year Japanese government bond yield falls to record low
By Marc Jones
LONDON, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Share markets and heavily commodity-dependent currencies took a fresh beating on Thursday, having been floored again by the latest plunge in oil prices, this time to below $30 a barrel.
MSCI's 46-country world index was down for its 10th day in the last 11 and Europe took another 2 percent hit, as worries that French carmakers were being dragged into the emissions scandal sent the likes of Renault down as much as 20 percent. Continued...