European markets are set to fall, following an ugly Asian session in the wake of Sunday's Greek referendum. While there's been nothing like "panic-selling" so far, risk aversion has been broad and deep since the Greeks overwhelmingly voted "no" on ...
News that Greek voters have rejected more austerity demands in their referendum fuels uncertainty on Asian stock markets. 05:28, UK, Monday 06 July 2015.
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