Investors Rattled by Greek Bailout Impasse

Investors in Greece have been rattled by the failure over the weekend to break a months-long deadlock in the country's bailout talks with creditors. Shares on the Athens Stock Exchange were 6 percent lower in early trading, and markets opened lower across Europe. The talks in Brussels between negotiators from Greece and bailout lenders failed to bridge differences despite mounting pressure on Athens, which has taken the emergency measure of bundling its June repayments to the International Monetary Fund until the end of the month.