U.S. stock futures turned lower on Friday, June 23, European stocks fell and Asian shares finished the session mixed as investors digested an assortment of global data and oil prices stabilized.
European stocks traded lower after economic activity in the eurozone eased modestly in June, as softer services growth offset a still-surging manufacturing base where job creation is running at a 10-year high.
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