By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares gained on Tuesday, taking heart from a rally on Wall Street spurred by strong U.S. job data last week, while the U.S. dollar held near a three-year high against a basket of currencies. But Chinese shares underperformed on concerns over Beijing's credit reform drive to rebalance the economy and as unexpectedly high inflation data shut out any near-term possibility of monetary support for economic growth. European shares were expected to open higher, however, with and Germany's DAX and Britain's FTSE 100 seen trading up around 0.4 percent. …
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