U.S. stocks are up on strong numbers from General Electric and all of the excitement around the CEO shake-up at Google.
There was less excitement around Bank of America’s weak numbers. The largest U.S. bank by assets reported its second straight quarterly loss.
European markets were also up after dropping on Chinese monetary policy concerns for the past two days.
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