The German share price index, DAX board, is seen at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, March 16, 2018. REUTERS/Staff/Remote
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European stock markets rose Friday after Asia traded mixed as trading wound down in another volatile week marked by fears of a global trade war poisoning a positive economic outlook.In foreign exchange, the dollar fell further against the yen as investors continue to buy the Japanese unit as a hedge against volatility, while euro gains were capped by a soft tone from the European Central Bank on its plans for monetary tightening.In company news, shares in Siemens' Healthineers unit providing medical machinery to hospitals surged in their debut on the Frankfurt stock exchange, after the industrial giant raised 4.2 billion euros ($5.2 billion) in a more muted than expected initial public offering.Shares jumped seven percent to 29.93 euros, as investors shrugged off a technical glitch that delayed the start of trading by some 45 minutes.Dollar/yen: DOWN at 105.61 yen from 106.39 yen
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