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July 2 (Reuters) - European shares edged higher in early trading on Tuesday, following a rally from the previous session, but Washington's tariff threats on $4 billion of additional EU goods kept gains in check.
Days after reaching a truce in the U.S.-China trade war, the U.S. government on Monday ratcheted up pressure on Europe in a long-running dispute over aircraft subsidies.
Planemaker Airbus dropped 1% and pressured France's CAC 40 index, which underperformed the pan-European STOXX 600 index's 0.2% gain by 0715 GMT.
The U.S. Trade Representative's office released a list of additional products - including olives, Italian cheese and Scotch whiskey - that could be hit with tariffs, on top of products worth $21 billion that were announced in April.
Financials rose 0.4% and was the biggest boost to markets, as shares of HSBC Holdings rose 0.4% and Prudential Plc climbed 1%. (Reporting by Amy Caren Daniel in Bengaluru; Editing by Bernard Orr)