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European stock indices were mixed on Thursday, with core eurozone indices helped by a bigger-than-expected decline in German joblessness amid earnings reports from some of the region's largest companies.
As consumers shift to mobile devices for money management, banks look to improve the experience.
European stocks declined, led by resources companies, after the World Bank cut its global growth forecast for this year and next.
U.S. stock futures rise as oil prices move higher; Samsung says annual profit falls for first time in three years; GoPro to expand in China, a report says.
European stocks on Thursday build on Wednesday's gains amid expectations of more European Central Bank action to combat deflation.
The U.S. debt is growing, the Fed money machine keeps going and many nations want to protect themselves by getting their gold out of foreign vaults.
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