Weekly Wrap: Greece’s fate and China’s stock market
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Joining Marketplace’s Molly Wood to talk about the week’s business and economic news are Redfin’s Nela Richardson and David Gura from Bloomberg TV. The big topics this week: European Union leaders plan to meet Sunday to discuss whether to approve another bailout for Greece; China’s stock market experiences a loss worth nearly $3 trillion in value; and the director of the Office of Personnel Management, Katherine Archuleta, resigns from her position amid a massive data breach.
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