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European shares rose Monday as a new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade pact lifted some of the gloom over global trade, while Italian stocks extended Friday's slide as top EU officials weighed in on the government's budget plans.The eurozone's top stock index rose 0.4 percent while Germany's trade-sensitive DAX climbed 0.8 percent. Starting the day as the strongest gainer, the FTSE MIB reversed course to finish down 0.6 percent with Italian banks extending Friday's fall by another 3.1 percent.Among gainers, Fresenius shares topped the STOXX with an 8.3 percent gain after a Delaware judge ruled the German health care group could walk away from its $4.75 billion deal for U.S. drugmaker Akorn Inc. and rejected Akorn's claim that the merger had been breached.
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