GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. worries subdue shares, Greek deal lifts euro
LONDON, Dec 4 (Reuters) - European shares consolidated their recent rise on Tuesday after a surprise drop in U.S. manufacturing added to worries about stalled budget negotiations, while the euro hovered at a six-week high on optimism over Greece's plan to buy back debt.
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