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Global stocks stall on trade talk uncertainty, German data hits euro

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Global stocks stall on trade talk uncertainty, German data hits euro

Global stocks stall on trade talk uncertainty, German data hits euro

On Thursday global stocks held near the unchanged mark, this is as investors looked for more detailed signs of progress in U.S.-China trade talks while disappointing economic data out of Germany knocked the euro.

Reuters reports that mixed reports about progress on a trade deal left investors cautious about taking on more risk after a five-day run of gains that sent stocks to a six-month high.

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