GOLD DIMS: Gold prices fell as the Greek debt crisis returned to the spotlight. It was the second consecutive trading session of declines for gold but the price remained up about 10 percent for the year.
GREECE'S DILEMMA: Greece likely will default on a $19.1 billion bond repayment due March 20 unless it receives a second installment of bailout loans. But France and Germany have warned Greek leaders that they need to approve new reforms or risk ending up in bankruptcy.
BULKED-UP OIL: Crude oil fell nearly 1 percent on higher supplies. Other energy products rose.
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