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Morgan Stanley Makes Move Back Into Trading1

Europe Warns Greeks of Risk Of ‘No’ Vote1

What’s News—2

After Nuclear Deal Ends, Who’ll Be Leading Iran?2

What’s News2

U.K. Says 30 Britons Likely Killed in Tunisia Attack3

Syrian Chemical Weapons Threat Rises 3

Where Jews Were Attacked, Prejudice Falls4

EU Consumer Confidence Barely Affected by Greece4

Bank of England Economist Says Low Rates Spur Recovery4

Tourists in Greece Anxious About Cash6

Merkel Maintains Tough Stance on Bailout Terms7

No One Will Seem a Winner When All Is Said and Done7

Gay-Marriage Ruling Brings a New Reality8

Justices Strike Down EPA Mercury Rules8

Biden 2016 Speculation Mounts10

Fast-Track Green Card Program Gets New Interest10

Puerto Rico Seeks Relief To Stave Off Cash Crunch10

Gulf Support of Extremists Under Scrutiny11

Egypt’s Top Prosecutor Killed By Bombing of Motorcade11

How Iran’s Wish List Led To NuclearTalksWith U.S.12

Try Using a 3-D Printer With Your Coffee29

HEARD ON THE PITCH30

One Place That Still Loves FIFA30

Belarus Museum Is Between Rock And a Hard Place31

Opinion

Putin’s Armenia Shock14

China’s Debt Bomb14

A More Perfect Union?14

A Nuclear Nightmare for Lebanon15

Putin Targets Pro-Western Bulgaria 15

Repairing the ObamaCare Wreckage16

America Is Losing the Cyberwar16

Business and Finance

Fracking Suffers a Setback in England17

Why This Tech Bubble Seems Less Scary17

Greek News, China Slide Leave Dow Down 2%17

GE Agrees to Sell Its Fleet Units18

Discovery Wins Rights To Olympics In Europe 18

Chinese Fund Vies for German Gas-Station Operator18

France Detains Executives From Uber After Protests19

Study Assails Google Searches19

Court Clears Oracle Suit To Proceed 19

HawaiiWrestles With Vagaries Of a Green Grid 20

Brewer Morphs Into Energy Firm 21

Sysco Ends $3.5 Billion Bid to Buy US Foods21

Push to Protect Planes From Cyberattack 22

Shorting China Stocks Is Hard23

European Companies Brace for Fallout From the Closure of Greek Banks24

East Europe Faces Fears of Contagion24

Startups Aim to Eat Banks’ Lunch 25

MSCI Says China’s Path Into Index Is Complex25

SNB Moves To Curtail The Rise of Swiss Franc26

ARA Crude Oil Stocks Hit Two-Year High26

Oil Traders Debate Next Moves26

Eurozone Banks Receive A Glimpse Into the Abyss32

Chinese Economy Isn’t Immune To Severe Downturn in Its Stocks32

Markets Don’t Panic on Greece’s Crisis32

Overheard32

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