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Nov 26 (Reuters) - European shares were little changed on Tuesday after a strong start to the week, as investors sought concrete signs of any progress in trade talks between the United States and China.
The pan-European STOXX 600 index .STOXX was flat at 0803 GMT, after gaining more than 1% on Monday following a report that the two sides were close to a trade agreement.
China's Commerce Ministry said on Tuesday that top trade negotiators from both countries had reached a consensus on "resolving relevant problems" on a phone call, but gave no indication on the timing of a deal. of Compass Group Plc CPG.L fell 6% after it said deteriorating business and consumer confidence in Europe had hurt volumes and margins at its unit that provides catering services to companies. stock pushed the wider travel & leisure sector .SXTP down 2%.
French car parts maker Faurecia EPED.PA jumped 4%. The company said it was targeting record sales, profits and cash generation in 2022, partly due to the boost from its acquisition of Japanese company Clarion.
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