European Stocks Advance on ECB Rate Cut and Optimism Over GreeceAdria Cimino
European stocks advanced after the euro-area central bank unexpectedly cut the benchmark interest rate and Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou signaled he won’t call a referendum on the latest bailout package.
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