Europe Factors-Shares seen opening broadly lower

LONDON, May 3 (Reuters) - European shares are expected to open broadly lower on Tuesday, mirroring weaker Asian stocks, with a fall in commodity prices seen putting pressure on the market, although Britain's FTSE 100 is likely to gain slightly.
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