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European shares surge on higher German trade data, oil prices

European stocks escalated as investors ventured on more perilous assets including equities after crude prices surged and German trade figures increased.

Official figures indicated Germany’s trade surplus was at €19.8 billion ($22.5 billion) in February from €18.7 billion in the preceding month.

The CAC settled at 4,270.33, up 0.6%. The DAX 30 index traded at 9,595.21, up 0.7%. The FTSE 100 index ended at 6,170.80, up 0.5%. The Stoxx Europe 600 index closed at 330.18, up 0.6%.

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