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MORNING CALL: EUROPE SEEN UP BUT GAINS LOOK FRAGILE (0537 GMT)
Markets got the headline they were expecting -- Trump leaves hospital to return to White
House -- and although the upbeat mood looks set to spill over to today's trading,
there is no big rally in sight with Euro STOXX 50 trading up just 0.2%.
Meantime U.S. futures are down slightly, suggesting that if losses accelerate there, Europe
too could reverse course. Over in Asia, Trump's return to the White House and brighter prospects
for a fresh stimulus sent stocks to a two-week high.