Libya cease-fire, yen plan pulls stocks higher
NEW YORK (AP) -- A cease-fire in Libya and an international plan to bring the yen down from historic highs are pushing stocks broadly higher.
Japan's currency has soared since an earthquake and devastating tsunami struck the country a week ago, killing thousands and damaging several nuclear reactors. The high yen could hurt Japanese exports.
Libya declared a cease-fire hours after the United Nations authorized military strikes against the country.