European Stocks, And US Futures Are Tanking

No surprise: As a corollary to that Italian yield surge, equities are diving.

US futures pointing to a lower open on the tune of 1.5%.

Germany off 2%.

No help, obviously from the new out of Greece, where Papandreou has agreed to step down for the formation of a national unity government.

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