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wallstreet starting the week with a headache in that pounding in his head has a name , greece , stocks in the u. s. falling as much as one percent monday but losses basically cut in half by the end of the session weakness though still enough to push the dow back into negative territory for the , investors are trying to figure out of greece is going to miss the debt payment due at the end of the month after talks with international creditors went bust over the weekend and it does with the market reaction be orderly are chaotic analysts point that uncertainty as a reason behind the selloff but that's not the markets only worry stocks also down as the federal reserve gets ready for two day meeting beginning tuesday recent data suggest the economy is picking up , it could mean the fed is closer to its first rate hike in about a decade , but most investors expect fed chief janet yellin to wait until september before doing so