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The British sports retailer reported a 57% decline in underlying profits and will suspend its share buyback program.
Pound loses 6% in early Asia trading and struggles to regain ground.
Société Générale, Deutsche Bank among biggest losers.
The management shakeup sees CEO Dave Forsey leave and Mike Ashley take the helm after a shareholder rebellion.
Oil bounces back, German producer price data point to a continued low inflation outlook.
In the first week with any semblance of "business as usual" on the data front, analysts will remain braced for monetary chiefs' commentary on Brexit.
European and Asian stocks drop on Monday, as the G-20 group of leading economies meeting in Shanghai disappoints with vague agreements to spur growth and avoid competitive devaluations.
European stocks rally on Wednesday following better-than-expected Chinese trade data and as oil prices pull back from their worrying descent to $30 a barrel.
European markets rose on Thursday after the Greek parliament approved tough austerity measures demanded of the country by its eurozone creditors in return for an €86 billion ($93.4 billion) bailout.
European stocks were mixed to lower on Thursday as the U.K. left its first-quarter GDP growth estimate unchanged and worries over Greece continued ahead of next week's loan payment deadline.
European stocks are mixed amid profit-taking and nervousness that German pressure will prompt the European Central Bank to water down an eagerly awaited program of government bond-buying.
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