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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...

The French 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...

The German 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...

The European markets were 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...

Asian-Markets1_01Jul15.jpg European stocks look set to open higher on Wednesday despite Greece's last-minute overtures to its international creditors for financial aid yielding little progress. The debt-ridden country missed a crucial debt payment to the International Monetary Fund, the fund confirmed Tuesday, putting Greece...

The Swiss stock market ended Tuesday's session in the red again Tuesday, adding to the losses of the previous session. The market fluctuated between modest gains and losses in early trade, before turning definitively to the downside in the afternoon. The uncertainty in Greece continues to weigh on...

The majority of the European markets ended Tuesday's session in negative territory. The markets struggled again today due to the continued uncertainty surrounding the situation in Greece. Greece faces a crucial 1.6 billion euros payment to the International Monetary Fund today, which Greek Finance...

The European markets were languishing in negative territory on the last day of the quarter, after Greece decided to close banks and exchange in view of a referendum on Sunday that could decide the country's fate in the euro zone. The Mediterranean nation has said it would not make the 1.6 billion...

The UK market was languishing in negative territory on the last day of the quarter, after Greece decided to close banks and exchange in view of a referendum on Sunday that could decide the country's fate in the euro zone. The Mediterranean nation has said it would not make the 1.6 billion euro debt...

The French market was languishing in negative territory on the last day of the quarter, after Greece decided to close banks and exchange in view of a referendum on Sunday that could decide the country's fate in the euro zone. The Mediterranean nation has said it would not make the 1.6 billion euro...

The German market was languishing in negative territory on the last day of the quarter, after Greece decided to close banks and exchange in view of a referendum on Sunday that could decide the country's fate in the euro zone. The Mediterranean nation has said it would not make the 1.6 billion euro...

Asian-Markets2_30Jun15.jpg The European markets may open lower on Tuesday after Greece said it won't make the 1.6 billion euro debt payment to the International Monetary Fund due today. Greece may therefore be called "in default" but the IMF might wait until after the referendum set for Sunday before declaring Athens "in arrears." Ratings...

The Swiss stock market ended the first day of the new trading week in negative territory. Bailout negotiations between Greece and its creditors broke down over the weekend. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a July 5th referendum on the country's bailout on Friday, taking its creditors by surprise. The...

The European markets ended Monday's session solidly in negative territory, but managed to finish off their lows, thanks to the modest dip in the U.S. equity markets. Financial stocks were the hardest hit after bailout negotiations between Greece and its creditors broke down over the weekend. The country...

The European markets plunged and government bond yields jumped on Monday after bailout negotiations between Greece and its creditors broke down over the weekend. Greece closed its banks until July 6 and introduced a limit of 60 euro on daily cash withdrawals from cash machines in order to avoid a...

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