Morning roundup

Top Stories: Central Banks Free Up Credit, U.K. Expels Iranian Diplomats

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Central Banks Join To Battle Credit Crisis, Stocks Surge.

Police Clear Occupy Camps In Los Angeles And Philadelphia.

Clinton In Myanmar, U.S. Deeply Realistic About State Of Reforms There.

In U.K.: Public Servants Staging Biggest Strike In A Generation.

Other news:

— "UK Expels All Iranian Diplomats Over Embassy Attack." (BBC News)

— Hermain Cain Would Not Make A "Good President," Latest Accuser Says. (ABC News' Good Morning America)

— "U.S. Nears Milestone: Net Fuel Exporter." (The Wall Street Journal)



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