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European shares were heading for their biggest weekly fall of the year on Friday, as a second week of gains for oil prices and periphery euro zone bond yields brought to a halt a two month bonanza for the region's equity markets. Trading on the day was choppy with oil dropping back after Thursday's spike and the world's regional share and currency markets mixed as investors assessed the wider global impact of the rising tensions in the Middle East. "I'm not surprised that European shares are fading their gains," said Gavin Friend, a strategist at National Australia Bank in London, who said it was largely down to currency dynamics. Crude oil prices were lower due to the dollar's bounce and as investors reassessed the potential impact of the escalating conflict in Yemen, where Saudi Arabia and allies carried out air strikes on Iranian-backed Houthi rebels on Thursday and Friday.