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Jul 3 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,787.25 +100.33 (2.72%)
S&P 500 2,076.78 -0.64 (-0.03%)
Nikkei 225 20,215.16 -324.63 (-1.58%)
Hang Seng Index 25,351.35 -712.76 (-2.73%)
TSEC 9,283.86 -74.37 (-0.79%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,441.76 -21.49 (-0.62%)
CAC 40 4,808.22 -27.34 (-0.57%)
S&P TSX 14,682.39 +44.40 (0.30%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,465.20 -73.10 (-1.32%)
BSE Sensex 28,092.79 +146.99 (0.53%)
TA25 1,653.21 -10.69 (-0.64%)
SMI 8,912.84 -48.64 (-0.54%)
ATX 2,433.24 -4.39 (-0.18%)
IBOVESPA 52,519.41 -586.78 (-1.10%)
SET 1,489.59 0.00 (0.00%)
BIST100 81,216.98 -662.98 (-0.81%)
IBEX 10,779.80 -66.60 (-0.61%)
WIG 52,764.91 -309.80 (-0.58%)
TASI 9,160.70 +24.36 (0.27%)
MERVAL 10,534.17 +75.05 (0.72%)

Currencies

GBP/USD 1.5559 +0.0009 (0.06%)
GBP/EUR 1.4085 -0.0060 (-0.42%)
GBP/JPY 190.7051 +0.3313 (0.17%)
GBP/HKD 12.0625 +0.0070 (0.06%)
GBP/CNY 9.7185 -0.0216 (-0.22%)
GBP/AUD 2.0766 -0.0011 (-0.05%)
Euro, stocks hit by Greek vote; China bounces after rescue moves
SYDNEY/TOKYO Asian stocks and the euro stumbled on Monday after a Greek vote against austerity measures endangered its future in the single currency and raised the risk of a full-blown crisis in the euro zone.
Eurozone Central Bank Now Controls Destiny of Greece's Battered Banks  
Euro Steady as Investors Weigh Risks of Greek Exit  
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Top stories

Greek voters have delivered a defiant response to Europe. Political leaders and heads of government had lined up to warn the Greeks that a "no" vote would be a vote to leave the euro.
... * Banks say government should consider sunset clause and cap. * Bank body says levy is damaging UK financial services industry.
Heathrow will today start laying the groundwork to build a third runway, even though the Government is yet to give the green light to the controversial �17.6bn infrastructure project.
Big six energy firms A CMA report will come as a relief to the big six firms but will frustrate some campaign groups. Photograph: PA.
People in Ireland need to earn almost €450 a week to be able to afford an acceptable standard of living, according to new research to be published this morning.

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