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Europe is on a charge

Stocks across Europe popped at the open on Thursday morning after a positive day in Asian markets, driven by a rally in the price of oil on Wednesday and overnight. The biggest winner in Western Europe so far this morning has been Britain's FTSE100, which jumped as much as 1.45% in the first ten minutes of trading, push stocks in the UK above 5,900 points, after closing at around 5,825 yesterday evening.
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