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  • LONDON, Aug 16- European shares pulled back from 7- week highs on Tuesday, weighed down by industrial stocks, after Swiss firm Schindler lowered its outlook for 2016.. While it closed flat on Monday, it had touched its highest level since Britain voted in June to leave the European Union. Schindler Holding AG fell 4.3 percent, the biggest faller on the index after it...

  • Representatives for Danbury, Connecticut- based Praxair and Munich, Germany- based Linde could not be immediately reached for comment. The deal would represent a serious challenge to France's Air Liquide, which acquired U.S. peer Airgas Inc earlier this year for $10.3 billion in a bid to expand into the United States, the largest market for industrial gasses.

  • MELBOURNE, Aug 2- London copper was stuck in the summer doldrums on Tuesday after a glimmer of an improvement at smaller Chinese factories in July was offset by modest reports on global manufacturing elsewhere, dampening optimism over demand. Growth eased in the euro zone last month, with factories in China, Japan and elsewhere in Asia offering only crumbs of...

  • TOKYO, Aug 2- Japan's Nikkei share average slipped on Tuesday with a slide in crude oil prices denting investor risk sentiment, while financials fell after two days of large gains. ISM data out overnight was not all that encouraging, and lower oil is prompting a bit of risk aversion, "said Chihiro Ohta, general manager of investment research and investor services at...

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