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Most of Europe's stock markets ran into profit-taking Thursday as the continent's main currencies posted fresh gains against the dollar, weighing on export-heavy stocks, and Wall Street stalled in early New York trading.Paris reversed an earlier stronger trend to post slight losses overall, but Airbus shares were 2.2 percent higher after Emirates Airlines struck a $16-billion deal to buy 36 Airbus A-380 superjumbos, having traded as much as three percent up on the day during the morning session.The market has fallen only once in the past 17 trading days.After the market closed data showed the Chinese economy grew a forecast-beating 6.9 percent in 2017, the first annual improvement in the growth rate since 2010 .
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