European shares extend rally on vaccine cheer

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    European shares rose for a third straight session on Wednesday as optimism around a COVID-19 vaccine offset concerns about the economic damage from surging coronavirus infections across the continent. LIVE: Watch the #Election2020 electoral map:

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