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|PE Ratio (TTM)||-0.03|
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European equities fell on Thursday after seven straight sessions of gains, with weaker metal prices weighing on miners and a poor update battering shares in engineering group Cobham. Companies like NN Group and Drax also dragged the market lower after their disappointing updates. Cobham led the STOXX 600 lower after slumping 15.3 to its lowest level since August 2005.
The pan-European STOXX 600 index was little changed in percentage terms at 371.34 points by 0821 GMT after recent strong gains to a two-month high in the previous session. Cobham slumped more than 21 percent to its lowest since late 2004 and headed for its biggest-ever daily fall. Shares in International Consolidates Airlines Group and Lufthansa rose 2.2 and 2.4 percent higher respectively to feature among top risers on the STOXX 600.
European shares ended higher on Wednesday in another session dominated by earnings, as French lender Credit Agricole led banking stocks to a three-week high. Shares in Credit Agricole jumped 4.7 percent after France's biggest retail bank beat forecasts with a smaller than expected earnings drop in the fourth quarter.