EUROPEAN MARKETS BRUSH OFF WORRIES OVER GERMAN UNCERTAINTY

European stock markets pushed higher Tuesday as investors brushed aside concerns over the political uncertainty in Germany following an upbeat session in Asia where Hong Kong's main index enjoyed its biggest advance in nearly two months.

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