London — European shares gained ground on Tuesday, with Germany’s car makers outperforming, as risk appetite held firm after the US stepped back from imposing tariffs on Mexico.

The pan-European Stoxx 600 climbed 0.62%, on course for a sixth day of gains in the last seven, with Frankfurt’s DAX 30 racing up 1.2% as German investors returned from a one-day holiday...

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