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European stocks decline for a third straight session and U.S. equity futures turn lower as stimulus watch continues – MarketWatch

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European stocks fell on Wednesday, with earnings news overshadowed by investor concerns over the COVID-19 pandemics spread in the region and stimulus progress in the U.S., with Wall Street equity futures also slipping into the red. Headed for a third straight losing session, the Stoxx Europe 600 index
SXXP,
-0.65%
dropped nearly 1%, after a 0.4% drop on Tuesday. The German DAX
DAX,
-0.64%
also fell 1%, while the French CAC 40
PX1,
-0.82%
was down just over 1%, and the FTSE 100
UKX,
-1.02%

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