Stocks Finish Higher

Sentiment was lifted by Iraq's concession on surveillance flights. But war worries still weigh on Wall Street

Stocks finished higher Monday after Baghdad said it would allow U.S. spy aircraft to fly unhindered over Iraq as a concession to preempt a war. But the uncertainties of the Iraq situation still weighed on market sentiment, notes S&P MarketScope.

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