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Trading updates from Marks & Spencer, McBride and Robert Walters will be released on Tuesday morning, though are not likely to be at the forefront of investors' minds as they continue to gamble on how the ongoing Greek debt saga may play out.
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US stocks finished lower on Monday after Greek voters rejected creditors' bailout proposals, pushing the country further down the road towards a potential exit from the Eurozone. 7 hours ago
Natural resources stocks led the London market lower on Monday, as the Greek debt crisis escalated over the weekend with the country's citizens rejecting a proposed European bailout deal in a referendum. 18 hours ago
European stocks fell on Monday, with peripheral markets pacing the decline after Greece overwhelmingly rejected its latest bailout terms, although there were no signs of all-out panic. 12 hours ago
UK stocks finished with moderate losses on Monday in the aftermath of the Greek public's rejection of creditors' bailout proposals, with Rolls-Royce dropping sharply after a profit warning and miners bearing the brunt of a reduction in risk appetite. 13 hours ago
Analysts at Citi lifted their target price for phone operator Deutsche Telekom from 14.00 to 17.50, while retaining a 'buy' rating. 13 hours ago
London's second-tier index was registering losses on Monday in the aftermath of the Greek referendum, with decent gains in the housebuilding sector offset by falls from mining and oil stocks. 14 hours ago
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