Markets buoyed, euro soars as leaders strike debt deal

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London's FTSE jumped 2% in early trading on Thursday after European leaders agreed a deal to tackle the debt crisis.

The index was more than 100 points, or 1.9%, higher at 5,654 shortly after opening. Overnight, major indices in the US and across Asia were also lifted as news of the deal spread. The Nikkei ...

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