How Much U.S. Gov't Ad Spending Is at Risk?

March 6 (Bloomberg) -- Hans Nichols reports on the amount of money the U.S. government spent on advertising and the cancellation of White House tours due to sequestration. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)
Greek Stocks Resume Trading
21:03 - After five weeks in a deep sleep, equities in Greece became free to trade again. Closed since June 29, the Athens Stock Exchange reopened Monday, with the benchmark ASE Index slumping a record 22 percent at 11 a.m. in Athens. A host of restrictions will govern the purchase of shares by local traders due to capital controls imposed as the country acted to preserve its financial system.
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