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Stocks sensitive to the price of oil fell Tuesday, putting pressure on European shares, with the pan-European benchmark ending lower after a strong start. Eurozone blue chips closed 0.4 percent lower and the regional STOXX index fell 0.6 percent, retreating from a two-week high and giving up most of the gains made in the previous session.Europe's oil and gas companies fell more than 2 percent with Royal Dutch Shell down 2.3 percent and BP down 2.6 percent after oil prices hit seven-month lows. Broker action also took Domino's Pizza shares to fall 6.5 percent to 16-month lows.
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