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British share indexes advanced Tuesday as retail stocks gained and cyclical stocks also helped, with investors awaiting further signs of the direction of monetary policy.Britain's FTSE 100 ended the session up 0.3 percent at 7,275.25 points after a volatile start to trading as investors hesitated ahead of the Fed's two-day meeting starting later in the day. Financials, which benefit when interest rates are raised, supported the index, with HSBC and Lloyds both up around 1 percent, but gains were muted overall.
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