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European stock markets ended the session higher Tuesday, underpinned by firmer prices on Wall Street as investors remain optimistic about third-quarter earnings, traders said.After Asian stocks had risen strongly earlier, Europe tracked Wall Street higher, with London and Paris both ending the session with gains of more than 0.3 percent, while Frankfurt was shut for a German public holiday.In Asia, Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei 225 index jumped 1 percent Tuesday to finish at 20,614.07 points – the best close since August 2015, with a weaker yen boosting share prices of Japanese exporters.U.S. manufacturing activity rose to its highest level in 13 years last month, making investors bullish about the country's upcoming third-quarter earnings season.
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