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The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 1.29 percent higher

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Basic resources were among the worst performers after key mining firms reported earnings.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 1.29 percent higher with almost all bourses and most sectors trading in positive territory.
Meanwhile in the U.S., the Dow Jones industrial average finally edged above the elusive 20,000 threshold and continued higher as investors digested a host of earnings reports.
Construction stocks and autos were also higher as investors see President Donald Trump implementing his election pledges.
According to Reuters, citing sources, Deutsche Bank is to announce a partial initial public offering of its asset management unit.

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Its shares rose 4.6 percent to its highest level since August 2015.
REUTERS/Staff/RemoteLONDON European shares climbed higher on Wednesday, with strong updates from companies such as computer peripherals maker Logitech (LOGN.S) and Spain’s Banco Santander (SAN.MC) boosting the broader equity market.
The European banking index .SX7P rose 1.9 percent, the top riser in the STOXX 600 index.
Banco Santander helped Spain’s IBEX share index .IBEX to rise 1.8 percent to its highest level in more than one year.
“European shares look relatively attractive on valuation grounds and a weaker euro is good for the region’s exporters.
European shares climb higher as earnings brighten sentiment*/

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European markets close higher on earnings; Logitech up 15%; Deutsche Bank rises 5%

European markets closed higher on Wednesday as investors took cues from overseas markets and digested fresh earnings reports.
Basic resources were among the worst performers after key mining firms reported earnings.
Looking at specific stocks, Logitech led the European benchmark, rising more than 15 percent, after stronger-than-expected results in its third quarter.
Meanwhile, a member of the European Central Bank , Sabine Lautenschlaeger, said Tuesday that the bank could “soon” start planning tapering its monetary stimulus, Reuters reported.
According to Reuters, citing sources, Deutsche Bank is to announce a partial initial public offering of its asset management unit.
European markets close higher on earnings; Logitech up 15%; Deutsche Bank rises 5%*/

 

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