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It was a wild day of trading in the U.S. equity market. Driving trading in recent days, for the most part, has been international developments, most notably the inability of cash-strapped Greece to reach a bailout agreement for its sovereign-debt obligations with its International Monetary Fund creditors.
The nation added 288,000 jobs in June, with non-farm payrolls strengthening much more than had been anticipated. The consensus expectation for the month had been for job growth of about 215,000.