S&P 500 down 1 percent, at one point today. It's not much of a selloff, but it's still a rarity — for this year.
The S&P has only seen 3 days with a drop of more than 1 percent on an intraday basis the whole year. There is not a single day this year where the S&P has closed down one percent or more.
The worst day so far this year: January 26, when the S&P closed down 0.57 percent.
Volume: light (but you knew that).
Elsewhere: how tough is it in Athens?
1) Greece's police union is threatening to issue arrest warrants for EU and IMF officials.
2) German publication Spiegel on the rise of anti-German sentiment in Greece.
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