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nnnnn geter's in financial markets thursday as greece announces it won't make a scheduled bailout payment due on friday the decision ratcheting up fears of a possible greek exit from the eurozone senior reuters correspondent daniel basis , if they were to leave it's more of a psychological aspect of it and how do you deal with it's a mess , it's a complete mess if you if grease leaves , and it's not going to be so , investors looking to protect themselves from any possible fallout dumping riskier assets like stocks the dow and the s. and p. five hundred sinking to their lowest close since early may a lot of that money flowed right to the perceived safety of u. s. government bonds investors are also nervous ahead of friday's monthly jobs report if the numbers too strong it could force the federal reserve to move up the timetable for its first rate hike in nearly a decade when a payroll gains are too weak , could be the economy has not significantly bounced back after shrinking at the start of the year