Europe Stocks Rally Amid Victory in Kabul

Asia markets end lower; Canada shares finish stronger

European equity markets finished higher amid the capture of Kabul by U.S.-backed opposition forces. London's Financial Times-Stock Exchange 100 index closed up 130.90 points, or 2.54%, to 5,277.10. The biggest contributors to the gain in the FTSE included Vodafone, BP-Amoco and HSBC Holdings.

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