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Futures dropped sharply Tuesday, extending the previous session's losses, as renewed concerns over the euro zone flared up after Greece’s prime minister said he would put the nation's bailout to a referendum, raising the risk of a disorderly default.
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Stocks closed out the final trading day of October with a thud, finishing near session lows amid renewed concerns over the European debt crisis, but logged some record gains for the month.
Futures declined Monday as the U.S. dollar shot up to a three-month high against the yen after the Japanese government intervened in the market to curb its currency's appreciation.
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The stock market held around breakeven levels as banks erased earlier losses and warnings of an extremely overbought market tempered enthusiasm over a European bailout deal.
Stock index futures pointed to a weaker open for Wall Street Friday as investors remained skeptical over the euro zone debt deal reached on Wednesday and its ability to contain the crisis that has swept across the region.
Stocks slipped from their best levels Thursday, but still closed sharply higher, boosted by an agreement reached by EU leaders on a plan to resolve the region's sovereign debt crisis and after a handful of encouraging economic and earnings reports.
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Futures jumped sharply Thursday after euro zone leaders agreed on an outline of a plan to solve the euro zone debt crisis and a handful of encouraging economic and earnings reports.
Stocks rebounded in volatile trading Wednesday to close near session highs as investors were encouraged over several reports that pointed to a progress in the European debt talks.
Futures added to their gains Wednesday after demand for durable goods rose and following a handful of better-than-expected earnings. Investors also grew hopeful that EU leaders could strike an agreement on a lasting plan to tackle the euro zone debt crisis.
Stocks plunged sharply Tuesday to close at session lows amid jitters over the euro zone's ability to find a solution to the ongoing debt crisis.
Futures edged lower Tuesday after investors became nervous following comments from Germany's Angela Merkel ahead of Wednesday's EU summit and following a slew of mixed earnings reports.
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Stocks ended near session highs Friday following news that a group of euro zone finance ministers have approved the next round of aid for Greece and amid optimism over the euro zone ahead of the EU summit on Sunday.
Futures continued to rally Friday on the heels of a handful of robust earnings reports and amid some euro zone optimism ahead of the upcoming EU summit on Sunday.
Stocks closed mixed Thursday after fluctuating wildly for most of the session as traders sifted through a slew of headlines from the euro zone ahead of a key EU summit this weekend.
Futures pared their gains Thursday as investors nervously waited for further developments in the euro zone to address the debt crisis and following a handful of mixed earnings news.
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