Better-than-expected U.S. economic indicators helped European stocks trim losses and pushed Wall Street higher, easing tensions among investors worried about a downturn in the global manufacturing sector. Surveys into the state of the industrial sectors — the purchasing managers’ indexes — showed they had contracted in August in the eurozone and the U.K. In the […]
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