Stocks in the U.S. fell broadly following drops in overseas markets as Greeks voted to reject creditor conditions for more loans, but the losses weren't as steep as many had feared.
Stocks are falling in the U.S., but not dramatically, joining a wave of selling across the globe Monday after Greeks voted overwhelmingly to reject the terms of the country's latest bailout package.
Asian markets mostly fell Monday as investors reacted to Greece's sound rejection of terms set by its international creditors, deepening uncertainties over its status as a member of the 19-nation...
Egypt's central bank says the Egyptian pound has fallen to a new low against the dollar, its second such drop since Thursday.
The latest from the referendum in Greece (all times local): ___ 7 a.m.
World stock markets mostly drifted lower Friday ahead of Greece's weekend referendum, while China's main stock benchmark plunged as government efforts failed to reassure panicky investors.
China's main stock benchmark plunged as much as 7 percent Friday as government stabilizing measures failed to reassure panicky investors while other Asian indexes fell ahead of Greece's weekend...
U.S. stocks rose slightly in early trading Thursday as investors look over a mixed report on the job market.
Global stocks were higher on Thursday as expectations for solid U.S. jobs data overshadowed worries about Greek debt.
The prospect of a Greek crackup isn't so terrifying anymore.