European shares showed recovery on Friday because of a rally in media stocks and bigger earnings at some U.S. firms helped investors cope with the disappointment of the ECB’s collapse to deliver fast policy easing. The last day its worst session in 3 weeks, the pan-European stock benchmark Indice rose by 0,4%. Strong U.S. revenues from Alphabet (Google), Starbucks and Intel helped offset concerns from weaker Amazon figures. American stock futures increased by 0,3% which means that it was a turnaround after Wall Street stocks declined from its new highs on Thursday.
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