Stock market eases up on news of Kim’s death

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As fears ease about North Korea, stock market futures inched up Monday morning, according to the Christian Science Monitor.

European markets fell, but then rallied as investors weighed the potential consequences of Kim Jong II’s death. However, Asian indexes closed lower.

Analysts warn Kim’s death could cause an uncertain power struggle in North Korea.

Read more at the Christian Science Monitor.