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European shares rose Monday after geopolitical tension had sent them to their worst weekly losses of the year, with a softening currency buoying eurozone firms. The pan-European STOXX 600 ended the session 1.1 percent higher, its best day in one month, while blue-chips jumped 1.3 percent. Banks, the worst-hit last week, were among the top-gaining sectors, up 1.5 percent, with Banco de Sabadell, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank all up 3.1 to 3.6 percent.Shares in German energy group RWE rose 1.5 percent.RWE has led European utilities this year, up more than 60 percent. Weakness in the euro also helped eurozone firms, with the Euro STOXX index jumping 1.3 percent.
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