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A top European share index rose on Monday to post its highest close since Britain voted to leave the European Union, after Theresa May won the race to succeed David Cameron as Prime Minister, reducing political uncertainty in the UK. May's rival for the leadership, Andrea Leadsom, pulled out of the race on Monday, and Cameron said he would resign on Wednesday to hand over to May and avoid a leadership vacuum over the summer.
A rally in the shares of steelmakers and financials helped European stocks to rise for the third straight session on Monday, with the steel companies lifted by signs of sector consolidation. It is down about 10 percent so far in 2016, having lost ground in the immediate aftermath of Britain's shock vote last month to leave the European Union, although it has recovered from the lows reached after the June "Brexit" vote. ThyssenKrupp, Germany's biggest steelmaker, said it was in talks with India's Tata Steel (BSE: TATASTEEL.BO - news) about a consolidation of beleaguered European steel mills that are hit by overcapacity, weak demand and cheap imports.
Steel pipes are to be loaded onto ships for export to various countries, in Lianyungang, eastern China's Jiangsu province