Apparently, the Greek deal wasn't quite as resolved as investors had hoped. News that the international bailout hadn't yet gone through pending agreement from the other nations in the Eurozone sent the stock market reeling with renewed fears of a default that could cascade throughout the global financial system. Just before 11 a.m. EST, the Dow Jones Industrials
Oil stocks also fell sharply, with Chevron down 1.5% and ExxonMobil
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