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European shares hit a two-month closing high Thursday, with companies such as scents and flavors maker Symrise and consumer group Henkel hitting record highs after strong results and encouraging updates.Symrise shares rose 5.5 percent after first-half sales surged 16 percent to 1.46 billion euros and the company said it was aiming to outperform the global flavor and fragrance market again in 2016 .More than 80 percent of STOXX 600 companies have already reported results, of which 60 percent have beaten or met expectations, according to Thomson Reuters Datastream.
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