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Greece Takes Biggest Toll on Oil Prices, Not Stocks

07/06/15 - 04:04 PM EDT

U.S. stocks survive Greece's "no" vote with only minor losses, but oil prices weren't as lucky.

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Stocks Extend Losses as Oil Settles Below $53

07/06/15 - 02:47 PM EDT

U.S. stocks move deeper into the red as Greece's debt woes push crude prices below $53 a barrel.

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'Grexit' Would Strengthen Euro, Enable Europe to Focus on Lifting Growth

07/06/15 - 11:23 AM EDT

A Greece departure from the 19-nation eurozone block, may not be such a threat to global markets, according to one strategist.

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Stocks Pare Losses Amid Fears of a Greek Exit From Eurozone

07/06/15 - 10:46 AM EDT

U.S. stocks pare earlier losses on Monday as investors hope the debt-laden nation and its creditors take action to avoid an exit from the eurozone.

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Stock Futures Fall After Greece Rejects Bailout Terms

07/06/15 - 08:32 AM EDT

U.S. stock futures fall after Greek voters reject proposed austerity measures.

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Yelp Pauses Pursuit of Sale; Stocks Close Lower on Greece Uncertainty

07/02/15 - 04:32 PM EDT

On Thursday, stocks ended slightly lower ahead of the long holiday weekend (U.S. markets are closed Friday), on the heels of weak jobs numbers.

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Stocks Close Lower Ahead of Greek Vote on Bailout

07/02/15 - 04:05 PM EDT

Greece's debt woes roiled global markets this week, and probably will do so again next week.

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Stocks Retreat on Soft Jobs and Flat Wage Growth

07/02/15 - 02:18 PM EDT

Stocks move lower Thursday after the U.S. adds 223,000 jobs in June and wages fail to show growth.

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BP Settles Oil Spill Claims for $18.7 Billion; Stocks Turn Lower on Soft Jobs Numbers

07/02/15 - 12:08 PM EDT

Stocks turned negative on the heels of the June jobs numbers which showed U.S. companies added just 223,000 jobs in the month.

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Wages Show No Growth But Federal Reserve Still Likely to Hike Rates

07/02/15 - 11:47 AM EDT

Wages showed no growth in June, but the Federal Reserve is still likely to raise short-term interest rates in September, according to one economist.

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