Euro Plunges With S&P 500 Futures on Greece; China Set for BearJeremy Herron
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index fell the most since April 2014 and erased its gain for 2015, while European shares capped their worst day this year on concern Greece will exit the euro. Treasuries advanced with the yen and gold as investors sought haven assets.
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