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Stocks advanced in thin trading Monday after European finance ministers reassured investors a Greek debt default can be avoided, soothing worries over a spreading euro zone credit crisis.
European banks were initially down 2-3 percent pre-open on the unsettled situation in Greece, but cut their losses. Meanwhile, many of the U.S. financials are under pressure after Citigroup cut estimates on four giants.
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Cameron International has been under pressure since March, but last week it started to push higher as option traders turned bullish on the oil and gas name.
Greece does not have a liquidity problem-it is insolvent. Without transfers of wealth from richer states like Germany and France to retire significant amounts of its sovereign debt, Athens must restructure its bonds-essentially default on significant portions of its obligations to bondholders.