Reuters – Stocks surged on Friday to close out a sour quarter on a high note as investors cheered an agreement by European leaders to stabilize the region’s banks, a pact that helped remove some of the uncertainty that has plagued markets.

The broad rally was the S&P 500’s best day since December 20 and helped the benchmark index trim its quarterly loss to 3.3 percent.

The decline marked the S&P 500’s first down quarter in the last three after tumultuous Greek elections and concerns about the solvency of Spanish banks roiled financial markets around the world.

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