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 2015-06-30 09:48   

Financial Times

  Greece rejects pleas to change course...[ + ]

Markets factor in the country’s likely default on €1.6bn IMF loan...



 2015-06-30 09:45   

Bloomberg

  Choose Your Own FearAdventure...[ + ]

One volatility index just woke up, the other's been on high alert for a while....



 2015-06-30 09:42   

Marketwatch.com

  Willis, Towers Watson to merge to create $18 billion company...[ + ]

LONDON Reinsurance and risk advisory firm Willis Group Holdings and professional services group Towers Watson on Tuesday said they had agreed to an all-stock merger that values the combined company at $18 billion....



 2015-06-30 09:42   

Marketwatch.com

  Eurozone inflation eases, reviving deflation fears...[ + ]

The eurozone's annual rate of inflation eased in June as consumer prices barely rose from their year-ago levels, a reminder that the risk of a slide into deflation hasn't been eliminated....



 2015-06-30 09:41   

Marketwatch.com

  How investing retirement money is different...[ + ]

I frustrated the hell out of my analyst team, positing a number of what if market scenarios....



 2015-06-30 09:40   

Marketwatch.com

  QLACs mark first year in traditional IRAs...[ + ]

July 1, 2014 was a seminal moment for the annuity industry and the day when qualified longevity annuity contracts, QLACs, were approved for use in traditional IRAs and participating employer qualified plans. This ruling was a true annuity game-changer....



 2015-06-30 09:39   

International Business Times

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  China Arrested Over 8,000 People For Environmental Crimes Last Year, In Intensifying Battle Against Severe Pollution...[ + ]

SHANGHAI -- More than 8,000 people were arrested in China for violating environmental lawslast year, in what officials said was a sign of the countrys determination to enforce its laws more strictly, in the face of grave pollution....



 2015-06-30 09:39   

Marketwatch.com

  EU agrees to scrap roaming charges for cellphones...[ + ]

BRUSSELS The European Union early Tuesday agreed to a final version of a law that would enshrine the equal treatment of Internet traffic starting next year and would scrap cellphone roaming costs starting mid-2017, after almost two years of negotiations ...



 2015-06-30 09:36   

Fox Business

  Eurozone Inflation Rate Eased in June...[ + ]

The eurozone's annual rate of inflation eased in June as consumer prices barely rose from their year-ago levels, a reminder that the risk of a slide into deflation hasn't been eliminated....



 2015-06-30 09:36   

Fox Business

  Oil Rises as Focus Remains on Greece, Iran...[ + ]

U.S. crude oil prices rose on Tuesday, a day after Greece shut its banks and imposed capital controls caused widespread risk aversion, while Iran looked likely to extend nuclear negotiations with the West to export more oil in the oversupplied market....



 2015-06-30 09:33   

Bloomberg

  Yuan Advances Most in Two Months as Authorities Stem Stocks Rout...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:26   

Fox Business

  European Stocks Fall with Greek Default Expected...[ + ]

European stocks fell Tuesday, with investors closing the book on the quarter and month still rattled by uncertainty over Greece's future in the eurozone....



 2015-06-30 09:21   

Bloomberg

  Chinas Finance Industry Rallies Behind Stock Market After Rout...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:19   

Bloomberg

  U.K. Grocery Prices Set to Rise Again by Year-End, Kantar Says...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:18   

Bloomberg

  U.S. Index Futures Signal Equities to Rebound From Four-Day Drop...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:18   

Bloomberg

  Judge Known as Bank-Scourge to Testify at Fitschen Fraud Trial...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:13   

Business Day

  Low electricity prices not responsible for load shedding, says Nersa...[ + ]

Nersa pulls plug on Eskom tariff hike giving respite for weary consumers, saying that power utilitys internal processes need fixing...



 2015-06-30 09:12   

Bloomberg

  Euro Weakens as Greece Crisis Pushes Currency Into the Unknown...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:10   

Bloomberg

  South Korea Picks Airbus for $1.3 Billion Air-Tanker Deal...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:10   

Bloomberg

  Summers Lays Out Blame for Greek Crisis With Caveat for Draghi...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:06   

Wall Street Journal

  Eurozone Inflation Rate Eased in June...[ + ]

The eurozones annual rate of inflation eased in June as consumer prices barely rose from their year-ago levels, a reminder that the risk of a slide into deflation hasnt been eliminated....



 2015-06-30 09:01   

CNBC

  Euro zone inflation slips to 0.2% in June...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:00   

The Street

  'Fast Money' Recap: How to Trade After a Big Stock Decline...[ + ]

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Early Monday it seemed U.S. stocks would be able to shake off the negative news surrounding Greece. As the day went on the S&P 500 kept falling -- 496 stocks in the index closed lower on the day, drawing the index lower by 2.1%...



 2015-06-30 09:00   

Bloomberg

  San Francisco Hotels Are Worlds Priciest as Rates Surge...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 09:00   

Bloomberg

  Euro-Area Prices Rise for Second Month With Inflation at 0.2%...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 08:59   

Bloomberg

  ECB Billions Cant Save Euro-Area Bonds From Worst Quarter Ever...[ + ]
 2015-06-30 08:58   

Business Report (IOL)

  FTSE pegged back by Greek concerns...[ + ]

London - Britain's top equity index fell towards its lowest level in around five months on Tuesday, with insurer Standard Life underperforming after a broker downgrade, as worries over Greece weighed on world markets. ...



 2015-06-30 08:58   

Business Report (IOL)

  Tshwane doubles loan caps for bank dea....[ + ]

Pretoria - Short-term loan agreements by the City of Tshwane with commercial banks will be double the cap that had been agreed on for the 2015/16 financial year. ...



 2015-06-30 08:58   

Business Report (IOL)

  Hong Kong shares cheered by mainland r....[ + ]

Hong Kong - Hong Kong stocks reversed early losses and ended Tuesday firmer, cheered by sharply rebounding mainland shares, but the excitement was curbed by weak global risk appetites as Greece veered towards defaulting on its debt. ...



 2015-06-30 08:58   

Business Report (IOL)

  Zambia 'rations power supply to mines'...[ + ]

Lusaka - Zambia has started rationing power supply to mines, an industry source said on Tuesday, as Africa's second-biggest copper producer struggles to meet electricity demand. ...



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