U.S. stocks moved lower Thursday amid inaction from the European Central Bank. The ECB left benchmark interest rates steady and maintained its 80 billion euro a month bond purchase program, which is set to end in March of 2017. Though analysts expect the program to be extended. American Express (AXP) shares were surging after reporting earnings of $1.20 a share, beating estimates of $0.97. Revenue of $7.7 billion matched estimates. The credit card giant also raised its full year earnings guidance. eBay (EBAY) shares were in focus after reporting fourth quarter guidance that missed analysts' expectations. The company now expects adjusted earnings per share between $0.52 and $0.54, while analysts had expected $0.54. TheStreet's Scott Gamm reports from Wall Street.
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