Stocks up as the roller coaster continues

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The U.S. stock market surged this morning, with stocks leaping back into the black for the year after the European Union agreed to a nearly $1 trillion package to help stabilize a debt crisis threatening to widen within Europe.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 404 points, or 3.9 percent, to 10,784 in early trading, MarketWatch reports.

The U.S. market's surging open followed strong gains in the Asian and European markets after the European Union agreed to a $955 billion bailout.

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