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US stocks fell, with the S&P 500 extending its steepest weekly drop since March.
The service has won lucrative contracts from Brockton and Quincy, but long-established competitors have cried foul over how the bids were handled.
The growing rift between leaders threatens to complicate any new negotiations as the Greek government moves to restart talks for an international bailout.
Big US banks said they would chop off Wall Street arms and nonessential units if the companies were to fail, with JPMorgan Chase & Co. slashing its broker-dealer operations by as much as two-thirds.
A free fall in the Chinese stock market could threaten the prosperity of the world’s second-largest economy and have long-term effects of its own.
Thomas Piketty, who rocketed to stardom last year with his treatise on inequality, told a German newspaper that the Germans are being hypocritical in the way they’re treating Greece.
Crude oil had the biggest decline in five months after mounting turmoil in China and Greece eroded prospects for demand.
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