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(Reuters) - European stocks fell on Monday as Italy and Spain imposed fresh restrictions to control a resurgence in coronavirus cases, while shares in German heavyweight SAP slumped after it cut its 2020 outlook. The pan-European STOXX 600 index .STOXX declined 0.5% and the euro zone blue-chip index .STOXX50E tumbled 1.4%, with risk appetite globally sapped by worries over slow progress on a new U.S. stimulus bill and looming presidential election. The German DAX .GDAXI dropped 2.0% after software company SAP SAPG.DE abandoned medium-term profitability targets and cautioned that its business would take longer than expected to recover from the pandemic hit. Shares of Europe's most valuable... Full story

26 October