At 8:45 a.m. ET futures are modestly higher and the price of oil per barrel is down. The market is poised to open higher.
There is a calm on Wall Street this morning but global concerns remain about the fate of Greece. The country is about to do the unheard of and miss a payment to the IMF.
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Without an agreement very soon, Greece could miss a payment to the International Monetary Fund due at the end of the month, making it the first developed country to ever default on IMF debt.
And there are concerns that Greek banks will continue to bleed deposits as account holders fear the country may fall out of the eurozone.