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On Friday, European stocks were led lower by tech equities because they tracked losses among global counterparts, reacting to an earning miss at Amazon. Meanwhile, a flurry of company results didn’t managed to ensure support.
The region's tech index, this year’s number one performer, lost 1.5%, assisting to put pressure on the pan-European STOXX 600, making it lose 1.1%. In the UK the FTSE 100 sank 0.5%, while lately penalized by a strong euro export-orientated German blue-chips went down 0.7%.
The STOXX is braced for concluding the month down 0.3%, with a weekly 0.5% dip.
France’ data disclosed that the euro zone's second-largest economy inched up 0.5%, just as expected, underpinned by a soar in exports.
As Thomson Reuters IBES data states, nearly 40% of companies in the MSCI Europe index have posted outcomes with 52%, thus defying earnings estimates. As for second-quarter earnings surge, it will probably account for 19.7%.
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