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European shares rose Monday as easing trade war worries lifted the dollar, supporting exporters, while Italian stocks came under renewed pressure as markets awaited developments in the creation of a new government.The pan-European STOXX 600 index closed up 0.3 percent, holding at its highest level since the beginning of February, while the FTSE 100 hit a new record high, up 1 percent as strength in the dollar supported the internationally-exposed index.Italy's FTSE MIB benchmark index saw losses widen throughout the session and ended down 1.5 percent as any bargain-hunting was outweighed by a number of stocks going ex-dividend, including heavyweight bank Intesa Sanpaolo .
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