Wed 1st Jul 15, 16:19:03
UK stocks bounced strongly on Wednesday after hitting a new five-month low the previous day as investors continued to digest the latest news flow from Greece, after Athens became the first developed economy to default on a debt repayment to the IMF.
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US stocks extended gains on Wednesday, as a plethora of better-than-expected economic reports and hopes of concessions from Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras kept investors' hopes alive. 7 hours ago
Analysts are still hopeful that a deal with Greece is possible, but policymakers are now on their guard after the Mediterranean country made history overnight, becoming the first developed nation to fail on a payment to the IMF. 11 hours ago
Risk aversion was again the dominant theme on Tuesday as markets maintained a guarded outlook for the Greek crisis, despite news Athens might now be more likely to accomodate its creditors´ demands. 11 hours ago
European stocks ended higher on Wednesday as investors took heart from news that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is ready to accept all his creditors' bailout terms, with only a handful of minor changes. 12 hours ago
New chief executive Deutsche Bank John Cryan has set out plans to simplify the business and hinted at major changes in coming years. 14 hours ago
The non-executive chairman of Computacenter has bought new shares in the company. 12 hours ago
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