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Earnings beats for ING, Adecco give new momentum to rally. LONDON, Nov 6- European shares hit five-year highs on Wednesday after estimate-beating results from financial conglomerate ING and staffing firm Adecco gave fresh impetus to a largely stimulus-driven equity rally.
*Earnings beats for ING, Adecco give new momentum to rally. LONDON, Nov 6- European shares hit five-year highs on Wednesday after estimate-beating results from financial conglomerate ING and staffing firm Adecco gave fresh impetus to their largely stimulus-driven rally.
*Earnings beats for ING and Adecco boost sentiment. Results from Dutch banking and insurance group ING and Adecco, the world's No. 1 staffing agency, beat forecasts while cement major Lafarge confirmed debt reduction targets for this year and next. Shares in ING rose 4.4 percent, Adecco 3.7 percent and Lafarge was up one percent.
*ING, Adecco rally after beating earnings forecasts. Investors welcomed forecast-beating results from Dutch banking and insurance group ING and Adecco, the world's No. 1 staffing agency, while cement major Lafarge confirmed debt reduction targets for this year and next. ING, Adecco and Lafarge rose as much as 5.7 percent.
PARIS, Nov 6- European shares rose early on Wednesday, reversing the previous session's dip, with stocks expected to stay in tight ranges as uncertainty before a European Central Bank policy meeting kept investors on edge.
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