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European stocks crawl off five-month lows as traders await ECB, U.S. GDP, and earnings wave – MarketWatch

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European stocks stabilized on Thursday after ending the previous session at a five-month low, with investors awaiting the latest European Central Bank decision, a flood of corporate earnings, and a reading on how the worlds largest economy performed in the third quarter.The German DAX
DAX,
+0.49%
rose 0.6%, and the French CAC 40
PX1,
+0.19%
and U.K. FTSE 100
UKX,
+0.33%
also edged up.
U.S. stock futures
YM00,
+0.53%
NQ00,
+0.95%
climbed ahead of huge slate of earnings including technology…

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