This is what you need to know before the bell:

  1. Revelations about President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner continue to hang over the White House. President Trump dismissed allegation Kushner attempted to establish back-channel with Russia as 'fake news'
  1. A Dutch court rejects an attempt by PPG (PPG - Get Report) to force a vote to oust AkzoNobel's (AKZOY) chairman. The move could end PPG's billion $29 billion takeover pursuit of the Dutch chemicals group
  1. The London Stock Exchange agrees to buy Citigroup's fixed-income analytics business for $685 million. LSE is exploring possible investments to drive growth after a merger with Deutsche Boerse collapsed
  1. Greece's Finance Minister dismissed reports that the country could default on debt repayments. The denial comes after Germany's Bild newspaper reported that it was possible Greece would miss July payment
  1. The parent company of British Airways sees shares fall after a major IT failure over the weekend. IAG (ICAGY) shares fell more than 4% in early Tuesday trading as some peg compensation costs at $130 million

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This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.