US STOCKS-Wall St set to open lower as Greece concerns weigh *Greece owes $3.5 bln bond payment to ECB on July 20. July 6- U.S. stocks were set to open lower on Monday after Greece rejected debt bailout terms, throwing the future of the country's euro zone membership into further doubt. A new bailout deal is needed for Greece to meet a July 20 deadline to repay $3.9 billion of bonds to the ECB.
| By: Tanya Agrawal
Greek jitters lift safe-haven Treasurys U.S. Treasurys rallied on Monday, after a "no" vote in a Greek referendum on the country's bailout terms fanned fears of Greece exiting the euro zone.
| By: Dhara Ranasinghe
INSIGHT-Tensions with Russia could prompt NATO strategy rethink *Ukraine crisis makes NATO strategy paper look outdated. BRUSSELS, July 6- NATO is preparing for a long standoff with Russia, reluctantly accepting that the Ukraine conflict has fundamentally transformed Europe's security landscape and that it may have to abandon hope of a constructive relationship with Moscow. The "strategic concept," adopted by NATO leaders...
| By: Adrian Croft
Varoufakis 'Minister no more' CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest headlines in Athens after the "no" vote. Stathis Kalyvas, Yale University, is not surprised FM Yanis Varoufakis is out.
Oreos get thin, going for 'sophisticated' air Mondelez International Inc. says it will add "Oreo Thins" to its permanent lineup in the U.S. starting next week. "If people want to do that, it's clearly up to them," said Janda Lukin, senior director of Oreo for North America at parent company Mondelez International. Despite having fewer calories per serving, Mondelez says the new cookies aren't meant to be a diet...
Source: The Associated Press
| By: By CANDICE CHOI, AP Food Industry Writer