Markets react to Greek debt crisis

Markets react due to fears that Greece will be unable to pay the almost $1.8 billion that it owes the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday.
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Chair and CEO of DuPont Ellen Kullman rings the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange in the afternoon on June 29, 2015 in New York City. The Dow plunged 300 points as the Greek debt crisis worsened amid fears that Greece will be unable to pay the almost $1.8 billion that it owes the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday. (Getty Images)
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Visiting Indonesian students walk past a giant screen showing the current numbers for the markets in Indonesia at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta on June 30, 2015. Most Asian markets edged higher on June 30, enjoying a slight recovery after the previous day's rout, with Greece just hours away from default, while Shanghai's suffered more sharp losses. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pedestrians pass before a share prices board in Tokyo on June 30, 2015. Japan's share prices rose 23.05 points to close at 20,133.00 points at the morning session of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, rebounding slightly after sharp losses in the previous session as investors brace for an expected Greek default later in the day. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Traders work under the day's performance graph showing a sharp drop of the German DAX stock market index early today and a partial recovery later on the day after the European Central Bank announced it would not extend emergency funding to Greece on June 29, 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany. Meanwhile the Greek government ordered cash machines turned off and a tightening on the flow of capital in an effort to staunch citizens' withdrawals. (Getty Images)
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A trader reacts after the day's performance graph showed a sharp drop of the German DAX stock market index early today and a partial recovery later on the day after the European Central Bank announced it would not extend emergency funding to Greece on June 29, 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany. Meanwhile the Greek government ordered cash machines turned off and a tightening on the flow of capital in an effort to staunch citizens' withdrawals. (Getty Images)
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Indian bystanders outside the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) watch stock prices on a digital broadcast during intra-day trade in Mumbai on June 29, 2015. Asian equities tumbled on expectations of a Greek eurozone exit after Athens announced a referendum on creditors' proposals, while Chinese stocks gyrated wildly after losing some 20 percent in the past two weeks. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani stockbroker looks at the latest share prices on a monitor during a trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) in Karachi on June 29, 2015. The benchmark KSE-100 index was 33919.42, with increase of 34.29 points in the morning session. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Currency traders call orders under a foreign exchange board of yen against euro at a foreign exchange market in Tokyo on June 29, 2015. The European single currency briefly dropped against the US dollar and Japanese yen as investors grow concerned Greece is headed for a debt default and a possible eurozone exit. (AFP/Getty Images)