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The Dow is down 1.18 percent on Tuesday and stands currently at 12,854. The deteriorating situation in Greece is taking a toll today.

Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA): Air carriers in the U.S. want an FAA extension of its deadline for modifying fuel tanks on hundreds of Boeing jets, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

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Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) Home Loans is responding to the recent settlement among five principal mortgage banks and the government, by sending letters to more than 200,000 customers who might be eligible for forgiveness of a portion of the principal balance on their mortgages. The first group of letters should reach homes this week, but most will be sent during the third quarter.

General Electric Energy (NYSE:GE) reports that it has a $10 million stake in developing a new Oil & Gas Training Facility to support advanced training and development for its customers and its workers. It was further explained that training at the facility will concentrate on ‘customer, technical and leadership skills aimed to meet the changing needs and growing global demand for drilling technologies’.

McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE:MCD) has announced comparable sales data that isn’t pleasing investors. Sales (by rivals) are up 3.3 percent domestically, 3.5 percent in Europe, and also in the Asia/Pacific region.

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