HSBC headquarters is seen at the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China September 6, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/File Photo
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European shares edged up Tuesday morning as sentiment regarding tensions between the U.S. and Russia eased up with attention shifting to the first-quarter earnings season and deal-making.Sweden's Intrum Justitia surged more than 11 percent, and posted the best performance of the index after it filed a binding bid for Intesa Sanpaolo's debt collection unit in a 3.6 billion euro deal that rids the Italian bank of 10.8 billion euros ($13 billion) in bad debts.Intesa Sanpaolo was up 0.7 percent while Italy's FTSE MIB rose 0.3 percent, ahead of other indices such as Paris' CAC 40 up 0.1 percent of Germany's DAX 0.2 percent.
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