Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— Greece was given 3 days to legislate reforms so it could get a third bailout and stay in the Eurozone.
— Asian equities rebounded on Chinese government intervention to prop up Chinese stocks.
— The Fed indicated it’s on track to raise rates in 2015, while cautious about turmoil in Greece and China.
— Trading on the New York Stock Exchange was halted for four hours due to internal technical glitches.
— The U.S. oil-drilling rig count rose for the 2nd straight week, for the first time since Dec. 2014.
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