American stocks opened with a downfall today, as financiers scrutinized European strains regarding Greece's current debt bid.
The Greek suggestion was swiftly dismissed by Germany, while U.S. oil costs dipped under $50 per barrel. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was at 17,929.77, marking a .56% (100.08 points) decrease, after five minutes of stock trade. S&P 500 lessened to 2,090.93, marking a 8.75 or 0.42% decline. Nasdaq Composite dipped 0.11% or 5.60, resulting in 4,900.77.
Today Germany rebuffed Greece's six-month EU loan extension demand. Eurozone Finance Minsters are planning to meet on Friday to discuss the request in Brussels.
- The game's afoot for airlines ahead of Greece's tourism opening
- The 62nd round of exploratory contacts between Greece and Turkey will take place on March 16 in Athens
- Group of 106 refugees leave Lesvos island for relocation in Germany
- European Commission preparing safe traveling initiative, vaccination certificate
- RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland: "Greece: How to get vaccinated without chaos"