Markets Are Heading Higher In Europe

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It’s a very quiet start to the morning.Markets are mostly headed higher in Europe, but it’s nothing for anyone to write home about.

Italy’s FTSE MIB index is up 0.59%. Germany is up 0.7%. Spain is going nowhere.

Borrowing costs in Spain and Italy are down a hair.

US futures are pretty much flat.

The world awaits the big EU Summit to see if any progress will be made on anything in Europe.

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