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Jul 6 - Markets closed

World markets

Shanghai 3,655.65 -120.27 (-3.19%)
Nikkei 225 20,380.80 +268.68 (1.34%)
Hang Seng Index 24,940.09 -296.19 (-1.17%)
TSEC 9,268.19 +12.23 (0.13%)
FTSE 100 6,535.68 -50.10 (-0.76%)
EURO STOXX 50 3,365.20 -76.56 (-2.22%)
CAC 40 4,711.54 -96.68 (-2.01%)
S&P TSX 14,593.57 -88.82 (-0.60%)
S&P/ASX 200 5,558.10 +83.10 (1.52%)
BSE Sensex 28,293.37 +84.61 (0.30%)
TA25 1,658.64 +5.43 (0.33%)
SMI 8,862.78 -50.06 (-0.56%)
ATX 2,374.06 -59.18 (-2.43%)
IBOVESPA 52,149.37 -370.04 (-0.70%)
SET 1,477.76 +4.53 (0.31%)
BIST100 82,365.85 +1,148.88 (1.41%)
IBEX 10,540.10 -239.70 (-2.22%)
WIG 52,590.36 -174.55 (-0.33%)
TASI 9,131.36 -29.34 (-0.32%)
MERVAL 10,691.76 +157.59 (1.50%)

Currencies

EUR/USD 1.1028 -0.0020 (-0.18%)
USD/JPY 122.6705 +0.0305 (0.02%)
GBP/USD 1.5589 -0.0010 (-0.06%)
USD/CAD 1.2662 +0.0001 (0.01%)
USD/HKD 7.7543 +0.0011 (0.01%)
USD/CNY 6.2109 +0.0018 (0.03%)
AUD/USD 0.7475 -0.0003 (-0.04%)

Bonds

3 Month 0.00% 0.00 (NaN%)
6 Month 0.08% -0.01 (-11.11%)
2 Year 0.59% -0.01 (-1.67%)
5 Year 1.56% -0.01 (-0.64%)
10 Year 2.28% -0.02 (-0.87%)
30 Year 3.08% -0.02 (-0.65%)
Oil prices stabilize after massive selloff
SINGAPORE Crude oil prices steadied on Tuesday, after posting one of their biggest selloffs this year the previous session over Greece's rejection of debt bailout terms and China's stock market woes.
Greek crisis is nothing compared to China  
Oil prices stabilise after massive selloff  
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Energy -1.92%
Basic Materials -1.87%
Industrials -0.71%
Cyclical Cons. Goods ... -0.21%
Non-Cyclical Cons. Goods... -0.54%
Financials -0.81%
Healthcare -0.18%
Technology -0.90%
Telecommunications Servi... -1.61%
Utilities -0.40%