* European shares seen opening lower
* Trump dashes hopes for details about China trade deal
* Intensifying unrest in Hong Kong also seen weighing
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MORNING CALL: DOWN FROM HIGHS AS TRUMP SPEECH FALLS SHORT (0626 GMT)
European shares are expected to open lower after climbing yesterday to July 2015 highs as U.S. President Donald Trump's highly anticipated speech failed to deliver those details about an initial trade deal with China that markets were hoping for.
Spreadbetters at IG expect London's FTSE to open 26 points lower at 7,340, Frankfurt's DAX to open 58 points lower at 13,225 and Paris' CAC to open 19 points lower at 5,901.
"What was missing (in Trump's speech) were details about progress on phase one of the trade deal with China or the status of auto tariffs which may be placed on imports from the European Union," said Chris Zaccarelli, Chief Investment Officer for Independent Advisor Alliance.
"He mentioned that the 'China deal could happen soon,' but he's said exactly the same thing in the past, so that wasn't anything new," he added.
Intensifying unrest in Hong Kong isn't going to help either.
***** (Reporting by Danilo Masoni, Joice Alves, Julien Ponthus and Thyagaraju Adinarayan)