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Europe's stock markets attempted to recover Tuesday after slumping the previous day on global trade war concerns, dealers said. In early afternoon deals, Frankfurt rose 0.3 percent and Paris gained 0.4 percent, while London won 0.5 percent by noon. Markets had plummeted Monday, with European indices shedding about 2 percent, on reports that U.S. President Donald Trump was planning new curbs on Chinese investment in America. China was hardest hit, dropping close to two percent at the session low before paring losses later in the day.This week, trade frictions topped market players' concerns.
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