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The UK market was in negative territory on Friday, amid concerns about Sunday's referendum in Greece, even as Eurozone economic growth rose to a four-year high in June. According to a report released by the International Monetary Fund, Greece requires at least 36 billion euros from Eurozone over the...

The French market was in negative territory on Friday, amid concerns about Sunday's referendum in Greece, even as Eurozone economic growth rose to a four-year high in June. According to a report released by the International Monetary Fund, Greece requires at least 36 billion euros from Eurozone over...

The German market was in negative territory on Friday, amid concerns about Sunday's referendum in Greece, even as Eurozone economic growth rose to a four-year high in June. According to a report released by the International Monetary Fund, Greece requires at least 36 billion euros from Eurozone over...

The European markets were in negative territory on Friday, amid concerns about Sunday's referendum in Greece, even as Eurozone economic growth rose to a four-year high in June. According to a report released by the International Monetary Fund, Greece requires at least 36 billion euros from Eurozone...

Asian-Markets2_03Jul15.jpg Stock index futures point to a mixed open on Friday as preparations get underway for Sunday's referendum in Greece that could seal the country's fate in the euro zone. Opinion polls on Greece's bailout referendum point to a closely balanced result with a slight majority in favor of accepting the creditors'...

The Swiss stock market ended Thursday's session in positive territory. The defensive weighting of the market was a source of strength amidst the uncertainty surrounding Greece. Investors have turned cautious ahead of the Greek referendum vote on Sunday. The country's international creditors and the Eurozone...

The European markets ended Thursday's session with mixed results. The markets were up in early trade, but reversed in late trade. Investors are exercising cautious ahead of the Greek vote on Sunday. The mixed U.S. jobs report was also in focus, ahead of Friday's observed Independence day holiday in the...

The European markets were trading higher on Thursday afternoon, ahead of the key monthly jobs data from the U.S., even as a breakthrough in Greece's bailout package talks still remains elusive. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed to press ahead with a controversial bailout referendum, despite...

The UK market was modestly higher on Thursday afternoon, ahead of the key monthly jobs data from the U.S., as a breakthrough in Greece's bailout package talks still remains elusive. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed to press ahead with a controversial bailout referendum despite pressure from...

The French market erased most of the early gains on Thursday afternoon, ahead of the key monthly jobs data from the U.S., as a breakthrough in Greece's bailout package talks still remains elusive. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed to press ahead with a controversial bailout referendum despite...

The German market was in positive territory on Thursday afternoon, ahead of the key monthly jobs data from the U.S., even as a breakthrough in Greece's bailout package talks still remains elusive. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed to press ahead with a controversial bailout referendum despite...

AsianMarket-112614_02Jul15.jpg The European markets look set to open lower on Thursday after rallying sharply in the previous session on hopes for a Greek debt deal. A breakthrough on Greece's bailout package remains still remains elusive as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras vowed to press ahead with a controversial bailout...

The Swiss stock market ended Wednesday's session with a significant gain, fueled by investor hopes for a resolution to the Greek debt crisis. After a slow start, the market rallied on the news that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter indicating he will accept the demands made by the country's...

The European markets ended Wednesday's session in positive territory, but pared their gains in late trade. Early gains were fueled by investor optimism for a solution to the Greek debt crisis. Those early gains began to erode following a speech from the Greek Prime Minister. Greek Prime Minister...

The UK market was firmly in positive territory on Wednesday, after Greece indicated it was ready to accept the reform proposals with some changes. The country is holding a referendum on Sunday to decide on the reforms proposed by the international creditors to unlock more aid. Greek Prime Minister...

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