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MarketsGreek vote looms, pins drop in markets
Shhhhh. Didn't you hear there's a big vote on Sunday? Markets are in lockdown until that's out of the way. "I'm sure this comment will come back to haunt me but it looks set to be a quiet day given that the US will be celebrating Independence Day and ...
We've had enough: Greece must be told to leave the euro  
Greece Needs €50bn In Three Years, Says IMF  
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The communications watchdog Ofcom has slapped EE with a �1m fine for failing to comply with its rules on handling customer complaints.
A NO vote in Sunday's referendum in Greece would “test” the defences established in the UK and Europe against financial instability spreading, the deputy governor of the Bank of England has warned.
The two main directors of the Financial Conduct Authority have collected a combined �157,000 in bonuses after a year in which the watchdog imposed a record �1.4bn of fines on City firms.
Chinese shares pulled off another head-fake today, climbing back into positive territory in the afternoon session before a late plunge that has seen the benchmarks notch up some of their worst weekly performances on record.
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