The stock market rallied all week long, and closed the week up more than 5%, thereby erasing all its losses in June. Analysts believe that yesterday’s vote in the Greek parliament, which imposed new austerity measures and thus cleared the way for a new tranche of bailout money, was at least partially responsible for the renewed confidence of American investors.
In other news, it seems that the late Osama bin Laden has become a significant folk hero in certain culturally enriched parts of Sydney, Australia.
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