24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — September 27, 2012: Market Gains Boosted by Spain (GM, IMGN, MT, MON, HON, PRGS, WOR, FUL, DFS, MKC, RIMM, NKE, ACN, AM, FINL, WAG, TPX, ZZ, PPHM, FSLR)

24/7 Wall St.

The three major U.S. stock indexes opened higher this morning as markets shook off weak news from Europe in favor of better news from Asia. In Europe, German unemployment stayed at 8.6% (more coverage here), U.K. second-quarter GDP was revised upward (more coverage here), and European carmakers offered a bleak forecast (more coverage here). From China came the news of a new $58 billion reverse repurchase program by the Central bank, sparking hopes for more government intervention in the country’s faltering growth. In the U.S., new claims for jobless benefits fell, but news on durable goods orders and second-quarter GDP were disappointing (more coverage here). Pending home sales fell in August (more coverage here) and a couple of Federal Reserve districts — Chicago and Kansas City — reported weak manufacturing numbers. U.S. markets got a lift after Spain announced that it would make severe budget…

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