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Global Market Update

Nikkei Rebounds 1.3%, Seven & I Jumps on Sales Outlook
Jul 07, 2015 10:52 AM ET
Nikkei average rebounded a day after Greek historic no vote as investors focused on domestic and regional economic news. Seven & I forecasted net sales in first-half to jump 5%. Dentsu gained after reporting better-than-expected sales in June. >>

Rates on Hold in Australia, Elevated Housing Market Worries RBA
Jul 07, 2015 10:36 AM ET
Reserve Bank of Australia left its reference rate unchanged and offered a slightly optimistic outlook for the economy but also highlighted elevated home prices especially in large cities. >>

Axel Springer and ProSiebenSat.1 are in Merger Talk
Jul 07, 2015 11:32 AM ET
Axel Springer and ProSiebenSat.1 AG are in merger talks. 3i Infrastructure and AMP agreed to acquire 50% stake in the Denmark-based ESVAGT for 109 million. Air Berlin passengers traffic in June declined 7%. ASOS revenues soared 21% to 397 million. >>

Global Markets, Oil Dip After Greek No Vote
Jul 06, 2015 1:45 PM ET
World markets declined for the second day as crisis in Greece deepened and euro zone leaders set off another round of negotiations ahead of summit tomorrow. The historic Greek no-vote has complicated already chaotic negotiations with no clear path in resolving crisis in Greece. >>

Aetna to Acquire Humana for $37 B
Jul 06, 2015 12:05 PM ET
Aetna agreed to acquire Humana for $37 billion as consolidation in health insurance market accelerates. Allergan agreed to acquire Oculeve for $125 million. Philip Morris may sell stake of $1 billion in Indonesia-based unit. Whirlpool completed acquisition of American Dryer. >>

Nikkei Plunges 2% on Euro Zone Worries; San-A and Yondoshi in Focus
Jul 06, 2015 11:39 AM ET
Nikkei in Tokyo and market indexes in Asia dropped after Greece rejected terms set by international lenders in a referendum. Finance minister resigned and Greece prepared to negotiate with lenders with leaders in the euro zone sending mixed signals. >>

Second Day Decline of 1% in Australian Markets, AGL to Restructure
Jul 06, 2015 10:32 AM ET
Australian market indexes declined more than 1% for the second day in a row and oil prices eased after Greece rejected bailout terms set by international lenders. AGL Energy said it plans to focus on core business and sell-off assets and take a restructuring charge. >>

Rolls-Royce Plunges 7% on Lowered Outlook, Bovis Jumps 2%
Jul 06, 2015 10:21 AM ET
EasyJet passenger traffic in June climbed 7.6% and load factor edged up. Rolls-Royce plunged 7% on lowered operating profit forecast. Bovis Homes sales increased 3%. Marshalls revenues climbed 11% to 199 million. Monitise fell on weak revenues forecast. >>

Sensex in India Looks Beyond Euro Zone Chaos, Oil Drops 3%
Jul 06, 2015 10:09 AM ET
Markets in India ignore the growing uncertainty and confusion in the euro zone after Greece rejected bailout terms in a referendum held on Sunday. Videocon plans to invest $2.5 bn in oil and gas ventures in Brazil. Kotak Mahindra said foreign investment limit in the bank was rose to 55% from 49%. >>

World Markets Stall on Valuation and Greek Chaos
Jul 04, 2015 12:09 PM ET
U.S. payrolls expanded 223,000 in May and jobless rate fell to 5.3%. New orders for manufactured goods in May eased 1%. In the euro area wholesale inflation was stable. Monetary base in Japan continued to rise at a fast pace and investors worried about volatile markets in Shanghai. >>



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