CORRECTED - Germany's DAX closes at 3-1/2 year high


In FRANKFURT item headlined "Germany's DAX closes at 5,3-1/2 year high" please read headline as "Germany's DAX closes at 3-1/2 year high". (Corrects number to 3-1/2) FRANKFURT, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Germany's blue chip index DAX closed at a 3-1/2 year high of 5,049 points on Wednesday, lifted by upbeat news about restructuring amid its heavyweights and unfazed by the political limbo in Europe's biggest economy. The DAX closed up 1.67 percent, with the spotlight shining on DaimlerChrysler ...

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