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European shares halted a five-day rally as utilities weighed on the market, with EON SE falling the most since June.On the other hand, insurers rose, helped by a 2.9 percent gain in Prudential Plc after it reported earnings that beat analyst estimates.It's still 0.7 percent away from its June 23 level, while U.S. and Asian stocks have already recovered.Among other stocks moving on earnings news, Danish biotech company Novozymes A/S sank 11 percent as it reported profit that missed estimates and cut its sales outlook.Switzerland's Adecco Group AG advanced 2.7 percent as the world's largest staffing company reported earnings that topped estimates. G4S Plc surged 15 percent after saying revenue rose and keeping its dividend.
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