The European Day Ends Really Badly

It was an ugly day in Europe, and the finish was particularly bad.

Mario Monti delivered a big disappointment (by not doing more to reduce peripheral borrowing costs) and stocks fell hard.

Here’s a look at the Italian market, which ended down 4.2%. You can see the final hour of trading was particularly poor.

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