US stocks edge higher as eurozone meets

Reported by AAP
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
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US stocks have inched higher at the opening of trading as investors wait for European leaders to put the final touches on a massive bailout for Greece.

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 40 points in the first few minutes of trading on Monday to 12,962.

The Standard & Poor's 500 edged up two points to 1,373.

The Nasdaq composite rose five points to 2,993.

Markets in France, the UK, Spain and Greece were mixed as eurozone leaders head into a meeting to try to hammer out the final details of a second bailout program for Greece.

02/04/2015 12:23Sydney, Australia. 2 April,2015
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