European and Asian stocks markets move upwards on Tuesday, with some indices reaching six-year highs, though the German benchmark index pares strong early gains after a closely watched index of investors¿ and analysts¿ expectations for the euro-zone¿s largest economy unexpectedly falls. In China stock indices celebrate after a $42 billion central bank liquidity fusion and the renewed prospect of a deal for IBM¿s low-cost server business buoys computer maker Lenovo

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