Listen: Greece, Bloomberg, Jeff Bellinger discussed on 24 Hour News
"Of Knossos is the most popular ancient tourist attraction in Greece. It was on a list of properties up for private development over the next century under the European Union and International Monetary Fund's, bailout terms to pay off Greece's debt, the tomb of king Philip the second of on Alexander. The great father was also on the list. But if you hope to make them your vacation home, you're out of luck. Greece's culture ministry says more than two thousand heritage sites were mistakenly listed and will not be used to pay off the national debt. I'm Evan Haning. Money news now with Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. The Dow and the NASDAQ have advanced for five weeks in a row, the S and P five hundred had its first weekly lost since the start of the year Rite Aid announced after the bell on Friday that it's planning a reverse stock split directors will determine the ratio after a special shareholders meeting in March. It is not clear how quickly the Commerce Department will be able to resume the release of economic data as the federal government reopens. But even without numbers from the agency. There will be no shortage of things on investors radar this week China. Vice premier will be in Washington for trade talks on Wednesday and Thursday Federal Reserve policymakers meet tomorrow and Wednesday. Economists are confident there will be no change in interest rates this time around and the Labor Department's January employment report will be released on Friday reports on consumer confidence manufacturing activity and home prices. And the automakers January sales are also on the docket and Caterpillar will post its quarterly results this morning with money news from Bloomberg on KYW.."