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EU shares

  • EghtesadOnline: Asian shares rose on Tuesday, thanks to strength in Europe and the United States as oil's longest stretch of daily price gains in over five years lifted energy shares, while markets in Seoul were briefly shaken by a missile launched by North Korea.

  • EghtesadOnline: The euro set a new six-month month high on Tuesday and the region's shares made gains as the latest economic data made for some encouraging reading, especially in Germany.

  • EghtesadOnline: European shares rose on Wednesday, following Wall Street's late surge, while sterling was the biggest loser on major currency markets ahead of the formal triggering of Britain's exit process from the European Union later in the day.

  • EghtesadOnline: European stocks fell for a third consecutive day, dragged lower by financials as shares in Deutsche Bank slid further after its $8.5 billion cash call, while expectations of higher U.S. interest rates supported the dollar.

  • EghtesadOnline: Caution rippled through markets as Deutsche Bank AG pulled down European shares, metals slumped on Chinese growth prospects and the French presidential race continued to roil the euro.

  • European stocks are at the mercy of a slowdown in positive macro surprises, according to analysts at the German bank.

    EghtesadOnline: Brace yourself. A slowdown in positive economic surprises may set the stage for a pullback in European equities in the coming months, warn analysts at Deutsche Bank AG, citing the close relationship between global stock-market performance and better-than-expected data across major economies since November 2016.