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Paris and Berlin demand 'precise proposals' of Greek leader
The leaders of France and Germany seemed to speak directly to Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras yesterday, telling him that he urgently needs to make new proposals to Europe in the wake of Greece's No vote.
Europe's difficult next steps in the Greece crisis  
What's next for Greece? Three possible scenarios after a resounding 'no' vote  
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FRANKFURT Bridge funding for Greece while a new bailout program is being negotiated could be a possibility, European Central Bank Governing Council member Ewald Nowotny said on Monday.
LONDON, July 7 (Reuters) - Britain was more heavily dependent on services companies to drive its economy during the second quarter as manufacturing growth ebbed, according to a business survey that said greater efforts are needed to boost investment ...
London: Britain is planning to sell half its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland, worth 16 billion pounds ($25 billion), within two years of a possible first sale in September, according to people with knowledge of government thinking.
Stock futures signaled a rebound from Monday's Greece-inspired equity losses, with contracts on Chinese shares rising as the government strives to quell gyrations in its markets.
The euro dropped to a one-week low against the greenback as Greeks voted against yielding to further austerity, raising the risk of an exit from the currency union.

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