London is relatively quiet tonight, with potential rioters perhaps deterred by the presence of thousands of additional police. Violent unrest has spread to other cities, however, with new rioting in Manchester and the Northwest.
In other news, after a volatile day, the stock market closed 400 points higher. The rally may have been a response to news that the Fed will keep interest rates extremely low through 2013.
Meanwhile, the German government says that the Eurozone rescue fund is not large enough to bail out Italy.
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