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European Union leaders agree to double the size of an emergency fund for member states that lie outside the euro zone, while in Hungary, which has tapped that fund, Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany offers to step down.

Among the companies whose shares can be expected to see active trade in Monday's session are Tiffany, Phillips-Van Heusen and Walgreen.

AIG paid out millions more than previously reported in bonuses to employees of its troubled financial-products unit, according to Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.

President Obama tells “60 Minutes” that Treasury Secretary Geithner’s job is safe and that Wall Street needs to appreciate the frustration on Main Street over the magnitude of executive bonuses paid by government-bailout beneficiaries during a severe economic downturn, according to a preview of the CBS show.

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