Stocks, Euro Fall on Greece Concern as Commodities GainStephen Kirkland and Inyoung Hwang
U.S. benchmark stock indexes slipped from four-year highs and the euro fell for the first time in four days as Greece struggled to qualify for aid. Copper rose on speculation policy makers will work to support growth.
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