* Euro bounces back, China offers words of support * Stocks firm; Nikkei up 1.5 pct on bargain buying after dip * Crude firm for third straight session as cold weather bites SINGAPORE, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The euro bounced back on Tuesday from a day-earlier selloff over euro debt woes following words of support from China, while stocks were firm across Asia as investors picked up end-of-year bargains. Japan's Nikkei average closed at a seven-month high. Cold weather in Europe kept ...
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