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Greece crisis: Tsipras vows referendum will go ahead on Sunday
Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, has vowed that there will be a referendum on whether the Greek people want to accept austerity measures on Sunday.
UPDATE 1-ECB's Draghi defends Greek pension, tax reforms  
Greek crisis: Tsipras calls for No vote after issuing bailout request  
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LONDON, July 1 The Bank of England's risk watchdog will extend its focus beyond making banks more stable to look at the lack of liquidity in fixed-income markets, which are now braced for more volatility as bonds price in eventual interest rate rises.
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Troubled outsourcer Serco appears to have arrested its woes, reporting that first-half trading was stronger than expected. In March the FTSE 250 business reported a �1.35bn pre-tax annual loss, launched a �555m rights issue and chief executive Rupert ...
John Lewis has become the first department store chain to charge customers in the UK for picking up online orders in its shops as it overhauls a “bonkers” and “unsustainable” sales model.
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