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Why markets didn't tank on Greece no vote
Global financial markets outside Europe responded in a relatively composed manner to Greece's historic no vote against harsh austerity demands by European lenders, as investors bet that the European Central Bank would unleash extra money printing in ...
Germany refuses to let Greece off hook  Telegraph.co.uk
Quiet Response to Greece Reflects Change in Markets  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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MarketsState-backed blue chips mitigate losses in China
The Shanghai Composite dropped 2.3 per cent at the start of Tuesday trading, but losses were quickly pared to less than 1 per cent as state-backed banks and blue chips rallied.
Beijing's desperate attempts to control the stock market will end badly  The Guardian
Asian Shares Shrug Off China, Greece Worries  Wall Street Journal
UK government planning to halve RBS stake in two years
The British government is planning to sell half its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), worth around �16bn (€22.5bn), within two years of a possible first sale in September, according to people with knowledge of government thinking.
UK to sell 50% of RBS stake within two years  Irish Examiner
Exclusive: Britain targets sale of half its RBS stake in two years - sources  Reuters
Flagging factories 'raise threat of two-tier growth'
A leading business lobby group has warned that Britain is experiencing “two-tier growth” and has urged the chancellor to use the budget to revive the flagging manufacturing sector.
'Rebalancing' takes a back seat to George Osborne's cutting  The Independent
U.K. at Risk of 'Two-Tier' Economy as Services Drive Recovery  Bloomberg
Rolls-Royce hits brakes on buy-back plan
Rolls-Royce workers carry parts for one of its Trent XWB jet engines. The Open Gallery 1 Rolls-Royce workers carry parts for one of its Trent XWB jet engines.
New Rolls-Royce boss begins his reign with profit warning  The Independent
Rolls-Royce downgrades 2015, 2016 profit forecasts  Financial Express
BBA: Bank levy 'has lost the UK thousands of jobs'
Britain is at risk of becoming a second-class financial centre because of the bank levy, tight regulation on pay and uncertainty over membership of the EU, British Bankers' Association (BBA) chief Anthony Browne has warned.
Budget 2015: Banks tell Osborne to rethink the banking levy or risk ...  The Independent
Banks beg George Osborne to scrap the bank levy  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
Politicians warn Greek voters won't accept EU deal on debt
Irish politicians in support of the stance taken by the Syriza-led Greek government said they do not believe EU leaders are willing to commit to a package that will satisfy Greek voters.
White House refuses to be drawn on debt write-off for Greece  Irish Times
White House Calls on Greece to Deliver on Previous Economic Promises  Wall Street Journal
ECB maintains Greek banks' aid, but adjusts haircuts
Yorgos Karahalis | Bloomberg | Getty Images. Our live blog will keep you up to date with all of the developments out of Greece. Stay tuned for analysis on Greece where citizens voted "no" in Sunday's referendum, opting to turn down a proposal from ...
The Story So Far: Defiant Greece says "no" to EU  Montreal Gazette
After The Vote Against Austerity, What's Next For Greece?  Here And Now
Greece news live: Banks to remain shut for another two days as Greeks told ...
... • Tsipras to present proposal at tomorrow's summit • ECB tightens squeeze on banks • Bank closures to be extended to Thursday • Creditors say they will not accept debt relief or softened bail-out conditions • AEP: Greece creditors will gain nothing ...
Greek debt crisis: ECB toughens up on Greece  Sydney Morning Herald
ECB takes steps towards bank bail-in  Irish Examiner
Millions 'overpaying for energy'
Millions of people are overpaying for their energy, a year-long inquiry will reportedly say today. The Competition and Markets Authority has conducted a year-long inquiry into the energy market.
Millions paying too much for energy, says regulator  Financial Times
Energy bills could be cut for millions of households after CMA investigation ...  Telegraph.co.uk