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Stocks pare gains made earlier in Wednesday's session after Greece Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told citizens to vote 'no' in the country's July 5 referendum.
07/01/15 - 03:16 PM EDT
U.S. stock futures rise on reports Greece may be close to a debt deal.
07/01/15 - 08:47 AM EDT
Stocks staged a comeback as investors bet the Federal Reserve will delay its looming rate hike as Greece moves closer to default.
06/30/15 - 02:43 PM EDT
Stocks give up some of their gains on Tuesday, as a default on Greece's debt payment due to the International Monetary Fund looks unavoidable.
06/30/15 - 11:05 AM EDT
U.S. stock futures trade higher Tuesday as investors cling to hope that a last-minute deal will be made between Greece and its creditors.
06/30/15 - 08:35 AM EDT
Monday's stock selloff picked up speed in the final hour of trading, a warning sign that investors can expect more turmoil from Greece's debt crisis.
06/29/15 - 04:04 PM EDT
Greece's debt woes continue to drag markets into the red on Monday.
06/29/15 - 02:57 PM EDT
U.S. stocks sink as talks over the weekend between Greece and its creditors break down, sparking a global selloff.
06/29/15 - 10:14 AM EDT
U.S. stock futures are falling as talks over the weekend between Greece and its creditors broke down, leaving the country on the brink of default.
06/29/15 - 09:09 AM EDT
Stocks closed mixed on Friday and lower for the week as worries about key Greek debt talks this weekend weighed on the market.
06/26/15 - 04:03 PM EDT
Stocks trade mixed Friday afternoon as investors cling to hopes that a debt deal will be reached between Greece and its creditors during a meeting on Saturday.
06/26/15 - 03:17 PM EDT
Stock futures trade slightly higher on Friday, but steep market declines in China and concerns over Greece's debt woes could make for a volatile session.
06/26/15 - 08:36 AM EDT