Europe Markets End Higher

Asia stocks soar; Canada shares end with gains

European stock markets ended higher on Monday. London's Financial Times-Stock Exchange 100 index gained 37.20 points, or 0.84%, to 4,491.60 as Brent crude oil futures fell 51 cents to $35.16 per barrel following last week's OPEC agreement to increase output. Marks & Spencer was higher on speculation Philip Green may come back with a new, improved all-cash takeover bid. Barclays was also higher as it was also subject of M&A talk.

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