By Julien Ponthus
LONDON (Reuters) - European shares recovered on Friday from its losses during the previous session's global selloff, but lacked thrust from Wall Street and Asian markets.
By 0925 GMT, the euro zone's STOXX <.STOXXE> index was up 1.2 percent after falling 3.2 percent during Thursday's rout, which was triggered by fears the U.S. trade dispute with China would erupt again.
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"European markets have had a dreadful week with the FTSE100 having its worst day since the Brexit referendum, while the DAX fell into a bear market, over 20 percent down from its record highs of earlier this year", said Hewson, an analyst at CMC Markets.
Car makers <.SXAP>, which are most vulnerable to trade worries, were up only 0.2 percent after falling more than 4 percent during the previous session,
Traders were focussed on a U.S. jobs report due later on Friday. The data should shed light on the health of the economy and the pace at which the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates.
A glimpse of optimism was provided by the market debut of Britain's AJ Bell
Fresenius Medical Care shares are also down 5.9 percent, with both dragging the DAX down to just a 0.5 percent gain.
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"If Primark is struggling, what chance does the rest of the high street have?" said Neil Wilson, analyst at Markets.com.
(Julien Ponthus; editing by Helen Reid, Larry King)