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Gold fell on Tuesday as markets awaited news from a euro zone summit to see whether progress would be made in the Greek debt crisis.
U.S. crude gave up gains and Brent clung to positive territory Tuesday after one of its biggest sell-offs this year.
Citing a firm dollar and neutrality in the face of uncertainty, Ralph Acampora explains why the U.S. market looks best.
Athens Chamber of Commerce President Constantine Michalos discusses the country's biggest fear after the referendum.
National pride can be a great thing but it's been terribly misguided in Greece, says Warwick professor Haridimos Tsoukas.
"The last few decades have shown that Communist Party rhetoric typically doesn't play out in the real world," says a former China resident.
The U.S. trade deficit widened in May, fueled by a drop in exports that could heighten concerns over weak overseas demand and a strong U.S. dollar.
The pace of growth in the U.S. services ticked higher in June after dropping to a 13-month low in May.
U.S. services sector expansion eased for a third straight month in June, pressured by a slowdown in employment and output growth, a report showed.