While stocks rose on the fresh Ukraine cease-fire deal, what investors most want is clarity on the Greek debt talks. More chit-chat is slated for Monday, so now the markets have the weekend to stew about what ifs. Uncertainty is a killjoy for investors, and many are liable to not what to be leaning too far in one direction past Friday afternoon--and a 3-day weekend is coming for the US. S&P 500 futures are up 9 as gold edges higher. As for volatile crude, it's up 3% after Nymex futures yesterday had a 9th-straight session where the closing price was at least 2% from the prior days--the first such streak in 6 years. The euro rises to $1.1340 and the 10-year yield rises to 2.03%.
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