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Europe's major equity averages are now closed for the week. Most settled off of session highs, but still successfully extended their prior session advance, which came only after many of them fell in six straight sessions. Among Europe's top performing bourses and indices for Friday, Portugal's PSI spiked 1.3%, France's CAC climbed 0.6%, and Britain's FTSE advanced 0.4%. Germany's DAX advanced only 0.1%.
As for action in Asia, Japan's Nikkei bounded to a 2.7% gain after it had rallied more than 5% in the prior session. Hong Kong's Hang Seng mustered a mere 0.1% gain. China's Shanghai Composite wasn't much better; it gained just 0.3% in its final session of the week.
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