Stock Futures Soar on 'Fiscal Cliff' Deal
The benchmark 10-year Treasury was sliding by 25/32, pushing the yield up to 1.847%. The dollar was down 0.33%, according to the
Overseas markets were sharply higher on the fiscal cliff deal. The FTSE 100 in London was gaining 2.26%, while the DAX in Germany was tacking on 2.11%. Hong Kong's Hang Seng closed ahead by 2.89%.
The Japanese market was closed and scheduled to reopen on Friday.
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