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Europe is weaker after the U.K. reported its second straight quarterly decline in GDP (1.5 percent), the weakest quarter since 1980.
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Stocks retreated Thursday as Microsoft layoffs and bank worries overshadowed hope for economic stimulus.
After digging into Apple's blowout numbers, the company is not doing as well as Wall Street first thought, an analyst told CNBC on Thursday.