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By Marc Jones
LONDON (Reuters) – World shares edged toward a six-month high on Tuesday, as the biggest jump in Chinese stocks for over two years and an upbeat start for Europe followed Wall Street’s best close since January.
The moves came despite a host of simmering global feuds. Oil prices ticked higher as the United States reimposed some sanctions on Iran, while the Turkish lira bounced back almost 2 percent from its worst day in a decade on Monday that had been prompted by a row with Washington. ()
The mood lifted overnight as Chinese stocks rebounded 2.7 percent on hopes of
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