Collection of Phone Data Defended by Lawmakers

June 6 (Bloomberg) -- The Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee defended a secret Obama administration program collecting the telephone records of millions of U.S. residents, saying it was a critical tool to combat terrorism, even as other members of Congress condemned the surveillance as an intrusion on innocent Americans. Phil Mattingly reports on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)
Greek Stocks Resume Trading
18:20 - 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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