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European Stocks Retreat

Among decliners, Iberdrola SA shares dropped 3.2% after coming off a trading halt. Spanish nationalized lender Bankia said it sold its 4.9% stake in the power company, part of a larger divestment plan for the bank. Separately, Iberdrola said net profit fell 3% in the first nine months of the year.Most retail stocks held gains after sales updates. Shares of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA remained a stand-out with their rise of 3.4%. The gain came after the luxury-goods industry bellwether posted a 6% increase in first-quarter sales, excluding currency fluctuations and acquisitions.Shares of Christian Dior SA were up 2.3%, and Gucci parent Kering SA picked up 1.7%, though that gain was pared from a 4.9% rise. But shares of Marks and Spencer Group PLC dropped 2.2%, giving up an earlier rise of 3.3%. The company said fourth-quarter sales increased by 1.9%.Marks and Spencer shares had been among the best-performing on the U.K.'s FTSE 100 . The index also reversed course and was flat at...

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