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European Stocks Falling Sharply After Greek Vote; China Stocks Roiling

European markets open sharply lower after the Greek people voted by a landslide to reject austerity measures demanded by creditors. The Chinese government moved to support stocks, to mixed effect.

Doug Kass Analyzes a Failed Trade: A Requiem for Monitise

When a trade like Monitise fails, I try to learn from the experience.

Expect Downside Surprises From China, Oil in '15: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Kass' also-ran 15 Surprises for 2015 includes bets that China growth will slow to under 5%.

Promises, Promises; Markets Move on Draghi: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass says the European Central Bank is jolting the markets and Monitise is looking more shaky.

Where the S&P 500 Is Headed; Why I Sold Monitise: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass says the S&P 500 has topped out and explains why he sold Monitise shares.

Breaking News

Southwest Has a Problem its Passengers Need to Know About

Southwest employees are reportedly not happy about changes in the company's work culture.

The Next Crispr Gene Editing IPO Could Be Near

Prime Medicine, a third-generation Crispr company, may test the choppy waters of the stock market with an IPO.

Amazon Sends Chilly Signs About the Economy

The e-commerce giant has just made a decision that suggests the health of the economy is not improving.

Government Debt Rises: You Can't Blame Biden (or Trump)

The U.S. keeps taking on debt like a college kid with their first credit card. A new study shows something about that which may shock you.