European shares resumed their year-end rally on Friday after the Christmas break, with Germany's DAX bluechip index hitting register high and regional indexes tracking all-time ending highs on Wall Street . At 1515 GMT , the pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index was up 0.9 percent in thin volume, at 1,311.57 points, and set to close the session at its highest ending level in 5-year. The benchmark index, which has surged 5 percent since December 17 , is on track to post a gain of 16 percent on the year.
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