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    London
    mining companies and banks stepping up European stocks in the morning
    made European stocks gains limited for the second consecutive session on Tuesday, supported by strong mining stocks and the performance of banks.
    The index rose Stoxx 600 European shares 0.3 percent in parallel with the shares of the euro zone in thin trading.
    And it supported the basic resources sector contributed to the European index, with the sector index rose one percent and Anglo American shares scored the biggest gains on the index , Britain 's Financial Times 100.
    Pearson shares rose 2.6 percent to come among the biggest gainers on the index , Stokes after the company sold 22 percent of its stake in the publishing house Penguin Random House to strengthen its financial statements and re 300 million pounds ($ 386 million) to shareholders.
    The Financial Times has increased indices of 100 British and French CAC 40 up 0.1 percent at the open , while Germany 's DAX rose 0.3 percent.


    Tokyo 's
    Nikkei climbs with the yen fell and the Nasdaq gains support technology stocks
    discouraged Japanese stock trading Tuesday, near the highest level in two weeks with the decline in the yen , which significantly boosted the shares of export companies , while technology stocks gained support in the strong performance of the US Nasdaq index Tuesday.
    The benchmark Nikkei rose Japanese shares 0.6 percent to 20195.48 points , its highest close since June 29.
    The index gained broader Topix 0.7 percent to close at 1627.14 points , but trading volumes reached their lowest level in two weeks at 1.43 billion shares.
    Sentiment was positive in general , with the dollar rising to 114.45 yen , its highest level in four months.
    Panasonic shares rose two percent and Hitachi 1.6 percent after Nasdaq indexes rose Composite and Standard & Poor 's on Monday, due to expectations of the results of a strong business. The data showed that it is expected to record some of the technology companies stronger business results in the second quarter.
    It fell Suzuki Motor shares 1.8 percent after Dutch prosecutors that he was investigating the possibility of using the auto industry company software to manipulate the read exhaust emissions said.


    Bangalore
    Gold down slightly with the rise of the dollar and the stock before the certificate softens
    came down a little gold on Tuesday, due to the rise of the dollar as the market awaited signs on the path of raising interest rates in the United States before the President of the Federal Reserve Certificate (US central bank) on Wednesday.
    The market awaits testimony softened on Wednesday and Thursday on the report's semi - annual monetary policy as the economy and the bank, and went down in the spot gold transactions 0.2 percent to 1211.34 per ounce ( an ounce) by the time 0656 GMT.
    Gold fell in the US futures contracts August delivery 0.2 percent to $ 1210.50 an ounce and on the other hand , precious metals silver fell 0.5 percent to $ 15.55 an ounce , while palladium rose 0.3 percent to $ 842.25 an ounce.
    Platinum fell for a third day, losing 0.8 percent to $ 892.35 an ounce after it fell yesterday to $ 889.25, the lowest level since the fourth of May.


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