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Greeks have voted by a large margin to reject the EU's austerity demands
By BEN CHU
The Independent,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Germany stood firm against debt relief for Greece the day after the country’s voters issued a resounding “no” to more austerity, signaling a possible tough fight ahead on one of the few remaining opportunities for compromise.
By Gabriele Steinhauser in Brussels and Andrea Thomas in Berlin
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Brussels says Greece's referendum is "neither legally nor factually correct" after more than 60pc vote to reject lenders bail-out terms
By Mehreen Khan, & Isabelle Fraser
The Telegraph,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Metal’s Shanghai futures volumes surge
By Henry Sanderson
Financial Times,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
China’s aggressive response to plunging share prices undercuts its pledge to have the market play a decisive role in the economy and risks cementing investors’ belief that Beijing will always bail them out.
By Mark Magnier
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Crucial part of function as lender of last resort
By Claire Jones
Financial Times,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Yanis Varoufakis’s resignation might appease European officials, but his blog post announcing the move sounded like a war cry against Greece’s creditors.
By Daniela Deane
Washington Post,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
From condemning Greece’s creditors to plans to enlist tourists to tackle tax evasion via angry exchanges at a summit in Latvia, here are some of the most memorable moments and comments from his time in office.
By Nikos Chrysoloras - Jenny Paris
Bloomberg News,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Merkel says up to Athens to save its place in euro
By Peter Spiegel in Brussels, Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin, Kerin Hope in Athens and Katie Martin in London
Financial Times,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. said its general counsel, Stephen Cutler, will step down from his current role and become vice chairman of the firm early next year.
By Emily Glazer
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Fresh downgrade to earnings stems from problems at group’s civil aerospace unit
By Peggy Hollinger, Industry Editor
Financial Times,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Officials in control of the funds that have kept Greece afloat gave no immediate indication they would rush to make a bailout deal even with Greece’s banks still closed and teetering near insolvency.
By Griff Witte and Michael Birnbaum
Washington Post,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Euclid Tsakalotos was named finance minister to replace Yanis Varoufakis
By Matthew Campbell
Bloomberg News,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
U.S. stocks fell Monday after Greeks resoundingly rejected creditors’ conditions for further financial aid, pushing their country closer to bankruptcy and a potential exit from the eurozone.
By Corrie Driebusch
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Stocks and bonds in Europe fell, but it wasn’t the heavy selloff predicted by many investors.
By Tommy Stubbington and Josie Cox
The Wall Street Journal,  Jul. 06, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
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