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European stock markets advanced Tuesday, taking their lead from a stronger showing across much of Asia and a firmer opening on Wall Street, but analysts cautioned that the rally could soon run out of steam.With the first corporate earnings reports expected from Friday and an absence of notable economic events at the start of the week, a note of caution could start to creep in, Erlam said.In the eurozone, Frankfurt's DAX 30 won 0.2 percent and the Paris CAC 40 rose 0.6 percent – as data showed unemployment falling to the lowest level for nine years in the single currency area.The EU's official statistics agency said that the jobless rate in the single currency area fell to 8.7 percent in November from 8.8 percent in October, in line with analyst expectations.
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