PARIS, March 25 (Reuters) - European stocks are set to rally at the open on Monday after Cyprus reached a deal with international lenders for a 10 billion euro bailout, averting a collapse of the island's banking system. At 0722 GMT, futures for Euro STOXX 50, for Germany's DAX, for France's CAC and for UK's FTSE 100 were up 0.5-1.6 percent. As part of the bailout plan, Cyprus will shut down its second largest bank, Popular Bank of Cyprus, also known as Laiki, and inflict heavy losses on uninsured depositors. The euro currency and Asian shares surged on the deal - without which the European Central Bank said it would have cut off emergency funds to the banks, triggering a meltdown of the Cyprus's banking system and potentially pushing the small country out of the euro currency bloc. "With the deal described as a banking restructure with haircuts imposed, it doesn't have to be voted on by the Cypriot parliament, effectively taking the decision out of the people's hands and into Brussels'," IG market strategist Evan Lucas wrote in a note. European stocks fell last week, with the euro zone's blue chip Euro STOXX 50 index dropping 1.6 percent on the week, as the initial plan to rescue Cyprus involving a levy on bank deposits sparked fears of bank runs in the euro zone's most indebted countries. Despite the overall positive reaction expected on Monday following the latest deal, IG's Lucas warned of long-term impact on sentiment across the euro zone. "This deal calls into question the safety of bank deposits, as the next time one of these countries asks the ECB for funding, the bank could come back and tap them on the shoulder with a similar deal Cyprus has now agreed to." European equities have strongly recovered since mid-2012 - with the Euro STOXX 50 gaining about 30 percent - a rally fuelled by the European Central Bank's pledge to safeguard the euro, which eased fears of a break-up of the region's currency bloc. However, the rally recently stalled, with investors spooked by the return of concerns over political risks in Europe such as a political impasse in Italy following last month's election, a corruption scandal in Spain and Cyprus's escalating debt crisis. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MARKET SNAPSHOT AT 0722 GMT LAST PCT CHG NET CHG S&P 500 1,556.89 0.72 % 11.09 NIKKEI 12,546.46 1.69 % 207.93 MSCI ASIA EX-JP 539.09 1.17 % 6.23 EUR/USD 1.3024 0.32 % 0.0041 USD/JPY 94.75 0.26 % 0.2500 10-YR US TSY YLD 1.963 -- 0.04 10-YR BUND YLD 1.408 -- 0.03 SPOT GOLD $1,606.96 -0.06 % -$0.99 US CRUDE $94.21 0.53 % 0.50 > GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro, Asian shares rise on revamped Cyprus deal > Wall St rises on hopes for Cyprus deal, but dips for week > Tokyo's Nikkei share average rises 2.04 pct > TREASURIES-bonds drop on relief over Cyprus bailout > FOREX-Euro pushes higher on news of rescue deal for Cyprus > PRECIOUS-Gold edges up, after hitting 1-week low on Cyprus deal > METALS-Copper climbs as Cyprus deal boosts risk appetite > Brent climbs above $108 after Cyprus rescue plan approved COMPANY NEWS: FRENCH BANKS The outlook for France's banking system remains negative despite improvements and reflects Moody's expectations that French banks will continue to face difficult operating conditions in 2013 amidst recessionary trends in Europe, Moody's Investors Service said on Monday. 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