This is the sixth paragraph in the main New York Times story about unfolding events in Libya:
But as rebel leaders said they had arrested two sons of Colonel Qaddafi, the European Union said on Monday that it had begun planning for a post-Qaddafi era. Financial markets rose smartly in Europe and the United States, and oil prices declined on the expectation that Libyan production would quickly return to pre-war levels.
The Financial Times is more restrained, waiting until the last paragraph to note the consequences for financial markets:
Meanwhile, Brent crude was down $1.71 at $106.91 a barrel on Monday as oil traders appeared to be positioning for an increase in Libyan oil production.
It looks like the fall of Qaddafi will be good for people looking to get away for one last summer trip!