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March 9 (Reuters) - European shares slipped on Tuesday after posting their best session in four months, as a retreat in commodity prices pressured miners.
Dalian iron ore futures fell by the 10% daily limit after anti-pollution restrictions in China's top steelmaking city of Tangshan, while metal prices were also hit by a firm dollar. IRONORE/ MET/L
The German DAX .GDAXI eased 0.3% after hitting an all-time high in the previous session.
German automotive parts maker Continental AG CONG.DE fell 5.1% after it reported a 12.7% drop in group sales, thanks in part to falling revenue in the automotive, rubber and powertrain divisions.
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