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Financial markets today slipped on Greece and the uncertainty of what will happen when that country defaults on its debts likely tomorrow. The Dow [Dow Jones] lost 350 points about 2 percent. The S&P was down more than 2 percent as was the Nasdaq. Greeks will vote this weekend on whether to accept strict austerity in exchange for a bailout or drop the Euro as their currency something that has never happened in Europe before. Holly Williams reports tonight from Athens. For six years Greeks have h...
- Holly Williams
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