Wall Street rallies on hope of positive Greek vote

Stocks advanced broadly on Tuesday as optimism grew over an upcoming confidence vote by the Greek parliament, a key hurdle for the country to avoid a debt default.

Sales of existing U.S. homes fell 3.8 percent in May, less than some economists had feared, boosting investor appetite for equities for a second straight day.

Consensus grew that Prime Minister George Papandreou’s cabinet would survive the vote, easing fears about the euro zone debt crisis that have weighed on the market for months and contributed to the S

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