European Stocks Lose Gains as U.S. Data Mute Growth OptimismBy
U.S. manufacturing shrank first time in six months in August
Strong U.K., Chinese factory data had earlier boosted shares
An unexpected contraction in American manufacturing took its toll on European equities, putting a damper on earlier optimism that global economic growth is gaining momentum.
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