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Yanis Varoufakis Resigns as Finance Minister of Greece After Vote
ATHENS - Greece's combative finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, who took a strong stand in demanding that creditors write off some of his country's debts, abruptly resigned on Monday morning.
Greece debt crisis: Finance Minister Varoufakis resigns  BBC News
The Latest: Germany stresses Greek aid conditionality  Washington Post  
Greece's Debt to ECB Can't Be Restructured, Official Says
PARIS—Greek debt held by the European Central Bank can't be restructured as doing so would contravene the eurozone's founding treaties, Christian Noyer, a member of the ECB's governing council said Monday.
UPDATE 1-European bank shares dip after Greeks reject bailout terms  Reuters
Greek debt crisis: Markets dip after 'no' vote  BBC News
China stocks rise as Beijing's emergency moves brings some relief
SHANGHAI Chinese stocks rose on Monday, as an unprecedented series of support measures unleashed by Beijing brought some relief to a market whose headlong slide over the past three weeks had raised fears about the stability of the world's ...
Dismay in European and Asian Markets After Greek Vote  New York Times
How Xi Jinping's aura of invincibility has been shaken by China's ...  Economic Times
Greek top negotiator in line to become finance minister: source
ATHENS Greece's chief negotiator in aid talks with international creditors, Euclid Tsakalotos, is the government's top candidate to become finance minister following the resignation on Monday of Yanis Varoufakis, a senior government official said ...
10 Things to Know for Today  ABC News
Yanis Varoufakis in his own words  Financial Times
German industrial orders fall less than expected in May
BERLIN, July 6 German industrial orders fell less than forecast in May as a modest rise in foreign demand took the sting out of a decline in domestic bookings, the Economy Ministry reported on Monday.
EconomyGerman factory orders contract 0.2% in June  Financial Times
German factory orders slip 0.2 percent in May  New Zealand Herald
Amazon introduces Prime Day, and says it'll be bigger than Black Friday
To mark its 20th birthday next week, online shopping heavyweight Amazon has announced a new “global shopping event” called Prime Day - an event it says will have more deals than Black Friday.
Amazon Prime sale: Annual membership down to �59 with 24 hour Black Friday ...
Step Aside Black Friday - Meet Prime Day  MarketWatch
UK's FTSE slips, Rolls Royce slumps after profit downgrade
... * FTSE 100 falls but outperforms rival European markets. * Rolls Royce slumps after cutting profit forecasts. * Sunday's 'No' vote in Greece impacts euro zone equities.
Rolls-Royce CEO Cuts Outlook, Halts Buyback in First Week on Job  Bloomberg
Rolls goes East, shares go west  Financial Times
No More 'Roar' as Famed Trading Pits Come to an End
NEW YORK - Pete Meegan had every intention of going back to college, but then he got a summer job in the Chicago trading pits and fell in love with the "roar" of the floor, the excitement of "4,000 people yelling, 'Buy!
For Chicago futures traders, one final round in the ring  Reuters Africa
As trading pits give way to computers, a culture of brazen bets and flashy ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Aetna's Humana Deal Pressures Cigna to Agree on Anthem Takeover
With Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc. pairing off, pressure is mounting on other major health insurers to make their own deals. Cigna Corp.
Pressure Mounts on Major Health Insurers to Create Own Deals with Aetna Inc ...  Benchmark Monitor
With Merger Deal, Aetna, Humana Get Ahead of the Pack  Wall Street Journal
Social media as property breaks new legal ground
Jeremy Alcede talks about his legal issues June 5, 2015, outside the federal courthouse in Houston. (Pat Sullivan, The Associated Press).
Social media breaks new legal ground  Albuquerque Journal
Bankruptcy judge: Social-media accounts belong to business, not ex-owner  Columbus Dispatch