U.S. Stocks Fall, Leaving S&P 500 Unchanged for Year; Euro Drops

U.S. stocks fell, leaving the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index virtually unchanged in 2011 after one of the most volatile years in the market’s history, as concern about Europe’s debt crisis halted a two-year rally in equities. The euro weakened and Treasuries gained.

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