Gold's Relaxed Take on Greece

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Gold stayed surprisingly quiet Monday despite alarms from Greece, China and Puerto Rico.

U.S. Stocks Fall as Greek Debt Crisis Worsens

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U.S. stocks fell Monday, as a worsening in Greece’s debt crisis jolted global markets and pushed the country closer to an exit from the eurozone.

Greece's Banks Give Eurozone Peers Glimpse Into Abyss

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Other banks on the eurozone’s periphery should be worried about the need for emergency support at Greek banks and the fact it can be pulled.

China Struggles to Balance Volatile Markets

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Last week’s moves by the PBOC—and the market’s response—underline not just investors’ dependency on signals from a central bank that often fails to clarify its intentions but also how hard it is for China’s leaders to steer credit.

GE Strikes Multibillion-Dollar Deals to Sell Units

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General Electric has agreed to sell its U.S., Mexico, Australia and New Zealand vehicle-financing businesses to Element Financial for $6.9 billion, with a deal to unload its European fleet business also in the works.

U.S. Bank Settles Litigation Tied to Peregrine

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U.S. Bancorp’s U.S. Bank will pay Peregrine Financial Group’s former customers $44.5 million to settle litigation over the bank’s alleged role in the multimillion-dollar fraud that brought down the brokerage.

Raising the Roof on Home Sales

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Ahead of the Tape: The latest data from the National Association of Realtors show the housing recovery is gaining steam.

China's Economy Not Immune to Market Sickness

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It would be a mistake to assume that China’s broader economy will shrug off this market meltdown.

Greece to Default on IMF Payment

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Greece confirmed it won’t be able to make a $1.73 billion loan repayment to the International Monetary Fund due Tuesday, after its decision to call a bailout referendum cast the country into uncharted waters. Global stock markets declined after Athens imposed capital controls in a bid to prevent a banking collapse.

Morgan Stanley Weighs New Bond-Trading Push

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After years of ratcheting back trading operations in favor of more stable businesses, Morgan Stanley is quietly plotting a comeback, pushing for more fixed-income trading business.

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