After a great first day of the trading year, investors are taking a break today. Concerns in Europe are once again coming to the forefront, as the euro slipped back below the key $1.30 mark as Spain reportedly considered applying to the International Monetary Fund and the eurozone's bailout fund for loan financing. Meanwhile, European commercial lenders put a record high amount of overnight deposits into the European Central Bank.
Around 2:15 p.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrials
Among leading stocks, Microsoft
In other Dow news, AT&T
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