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NKorea fears, euro rise send Europe shares tumblingPolitical tensions and a surging euro sent European shares to their lowest in six months Tuesday after a missile launch by North Korea sapped global risk appetite. German commercial broadcaster Prosiebensat fell 14.5 percent after flagging a weaker outlook for advertising in the third quarter, the third cut in advertising guidance this year according to Deutsche Bank analysts.The media sector is the second worst-performing in Europe this year.
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