TOKYO - Asian markets fell sharply Monday after voters in Greece rejected austerity plans demanded by international creditors, casting doubt on the country's future in the euro zone.
Despite the best start for a session since 2008, China's Shanghai Composite is now on track to finish the day with another loss.
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The stock market could very well freak out now that Greeks voted "No" to a bailout deal that could determine its fate in the eurozone.
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