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Euro zone rattled as Greece braces for elections
LONDON (Reuters) - European shares and periphery euro zone bonds tumbled on Monday after the Greek parliament rejected the government's presidential candidate, setting the stage for an election that the anti-EU/IMF bailout rival Syriza could win.
Greece to hold snap vote as presidential pick fails  USA TODAY
Greek impasse forces early elections and fears of euro crisis return  Washington Post
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Stocks Mixed Amid China Growth Hopes, Greece Woes
BEIJING - Global stocks were mixed on Monday after a report said China will change banking rules, apparently to boost lending and economic growth, while oil prices rebounded.
Global stocks up as oil price rebounds  Glens Falls Post-Star
Asia Pacific Market: Stocks up on positive Wall Street cues  Business Standard
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Russia invites Abe to ceremony marking WWII victory
The Yomiuri Shimbun Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been invited to a Russian ceremony in Moscow on May 9 to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory over Germany in World War II, it has been learned.
Abenomics Finally Gets Working for Average Japanese  Wall Street Journal
The 94% Plunge That Shows Abenomics Losing Global Investors  Bloomberg
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Credit Suisse vows to fight New York mortgage securities case
Logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is seen below the Swiss national flag at a building in the Federal Square in Bern. Photo: Reuters.
Swiss bank loses legal effort to dismiss mortgage-backed securities fraud  State Column
Credit Suisse bid to dismiss US mortgage suit denied  Zee News
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Billionaire Milner Sees Xiaomi at $100 Billion
Xiaomi Corp.'s valuation could more than double to $100 billion, spurred by its latest financing round, according to investor Yuri Milner.
Xiaomi confirms funding round valuing the company at $45bn  Financial Times
Xiaomi raises another $1.1 billion to become most-valuable tech start-up  MarketWatch
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Euro off lows but capped by wariness over Greek vote
The euro inched away from more than two-year lows but remained on tenterhooks as investors awaited a key vote in Greece later in the session, while the dollar treaded water in its final week of a strong 2014.
FOREX-Euro on edge ahead of Greek vote  Reuters
FOREX-Euro off lows but capped by wariness over Greek vote  Reuters UK
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Ruble Weakens for Second Day as Russian Tax Payments Wind Down
The ruble fell for a second day as local demand from year-end tax payments and exporters waned, exposing the Russian currency's vulnerability to weaker oil prices.
Russian Ruble Drops 7 Percent as Economy Shrinks  ABC News
Russian Ruble Volatile on Evidence of Economic Contraction  Wall Street Journal
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Oil Strengthens as Libya Conflict Offers Relief From Glut
Oil advanced for the first time in three days amid speculation that an escalating conflict in Libya may pare a global surplus that's driven crude into a bear market.
Oil prices rise on violence in Libya
Oil Rises to $60 Per Barrel, Libya Fire Supports  NDTV
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Farmers fear for industry
FRESNO, California (AP) - Farmers already scrambling to find workers in California fear an even greater labour shortage under President Barack Obama's executive action to block some five million people from deportation.
Farmers fear labor shortages under new immigration policy  The Spokesman Review
California Growers Fear Pres. Obama's Executive Action On Immigration ...  CBS Local
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Bomb scare delays trains in Greenwich
Metro-North train service is back on time after a bomb scare in Greenwich yesterday. Trains were delayed more than an hour after police discovered a suspicious package at the Metro-North station.
Greenwich Train Station Reopens Following 'Suspicious Package' Scare  The Daily Voice
Suspicious package in Greenwich forces evacuation, delays  Greenwich Time
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