Shares near record peak, dollar shuffles higher
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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) – World share indexes stayed near all-time highs on Tuesday and the dollar and government bond yields tip-toed higher, as some of the biggest global economies pushed on with easing COVID-19 restrictions. Sensitive cyclical sectors including mining, travel and energy helped drive modest early gains in Europe where British markets were also playing catch-up after an extended holiday weekend. [.EU] Bond market borrowing costs were also inching up, although signs that the world’s major central banks remain in no rush to reel in their massive stimulus schemes kept the…

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