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European shares fell Thursday, with banking stocks dragging regional equity indexes toward their lowest point in almost four months in a market dominated by concerns over next week's EU membership vote in Britain.The pan-European bank sector index was the biggest sectoral faller, with a drop of 2.3 percent, while the eurozone bank sector slid as much as 3 percent to touch its lowest point since August 2012 .Shares in UBS and Credit Suisse fell 1.3 and 3 percent respectively, while other European bank stocks also underperformed, with Deutsche Bank hovering at record lows as it dropped 3.7 percent.
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