Europe Stocks Climb as China Manufacturing Expands

European stocks climbed, following their longest stretch of monthly gains in six years, as two measures of Chinese manufacturing increased and Greece offered to spend 10 billion euros ($13 billion) buying back bonds. U.S. index futures also rose, while Asian shares were little changed.
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