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July 06, 2012 
A trader looks at electronic boards, which are reflected on a table, at the stock exchange in Madrid... 
Madrid, Spain 
A trader looks at electronic boards, which are reflected on a table, at the stock exchange in Madrid 
A trader looks at electronic boards, which are reflected on a table, at the stock exchange in Madrid July 6, 2012. European shares fell early on Friday as fading hopes of further support from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank pushed investors to book more profits on five straight weeks of gains, the longest winning streak this year. Spain's BBVA and Santander, which are often traded as proxy plays for their country's sovereign debt, were among the top fallers among euro zone blue chips, shedding 4.5 percent and 2.4 percent, respectively. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
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