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UPDATE 1-Oil prices tumble after Greek no vote to bailout, China stock market turmoil

TOKYO/ SINGAPORE, July 6- Oil prices fell sharply in early trading on Monday after Greece rejected austerity measures demanded in return for bailout money and as China rolled out an unprecedented series of steps over the weekend to prevent a full-blown stock market crash. In China, stock markets face a make-or-break week after officials rolled out a series of...
Source: Reuters | By: Aaron Sheldrick and Henning Gloystein
Markets register dismay with Greek referendum results

TOKYO- Greece's foray into the unknown with its rejection of terms set by its international creditors is jolting markets as investors react to looming uncertainties. Elsewhere, Australia's ASX S&P 200 fell 1.4 percent to 5,462.60 shortly after trading began early Monday, while New Zealand's benchmark slipped 0.6 percent to 5,808.75. While Greece's economy...
Source: The Associated Press
Greece shakes global markets  

CNBC's Dominic Chu discusses the impact of the Greek vote on the world markets and futures.
Source: CNBC.com
FOREX-Euro depressed by Greek 'No' vote, markets volatile

SYDNEY, July 6- The euro fell on Monday, while the safe-haven yen rallied after Greeks voted to reject terms of a rescue package, deepening the country's financial crisis that could splinter Europe if creditors refuse further aid. It fell as far as $1.0969, before recovering a bit of ground to $1.1013. "The' no' vote is the worst possible outcome from an' uncertainty'...
Source: Reuters | By: Ian Chua and Gyles Beckford
Greek 'No' vote likely to weigh on Asian stocks

Asian stocks are bracing for a selloff on Monday after Greece voted 'No' to harsh bailout conditions.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang
FOREX-Euro hammered on Greek 'No' vote, market volatile

SYDNEY, July 6- The euro fell sharply on Monday, while the safe-haven Japanese yen rallied after Greeks voted to reject terms of a bailout, setting the country on course to financial ruin that could splinter Europe if creditors refuse further aid. It fell as far as $1.0969, before recovering a bit of ground to $1.1009. "The' no' vote is the worst possible outcome from an'...
Source: Reuters | By: Ian Chua and Gyles Beckford
Euro markets set for major jolt after Greek 'No', look to ECB for calm

*JPMorgan says Grexit now more likely than not. Many economists, including those at U.S. banking giant JPMorgan, reckon the outcome of Sunday's referendum will probably hasten Greece's exit from the euro. "Although the situation is fluid, at this point Greek exit from the euro appears more likely than not," JPMorgan's Malcolm Barr told clients on Sunday evening,...
Source: Reuters | By: Carmel Crimmins and Nigel Stephenson
Gartman: Here's what I'm watching in the second half

While all eyes remain focused on oil, it's another market that is catching the attention of Commodities King Dennis Gartman: the ags. He explains why corn could surge into year-end.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Amanda Diaz
Worst hit markets on Monday  

Discussing the performance of the euro and the markets during negotiations on Greece debt, with Francesco Papadia, Former DG, ECB. He says the Greek central bank could be removed quickly, if needed.
Source: CNBC.com
German exporters eye lucrative deals in post-sanctions Iran

*Once-biggest exporter to Iran overtaken by China, Korea. FRANKFURT/ BERLIN, July 5- Martin Herrenknecht, founder of a company in southern Germany that is a world leader in tunnel-boring equipment, has been carefully preparing for the day when Iran reopens for business. It has maintained an office there, anticipating a day when Iran reaches a nuclear deal with...
Source: Reuters | By: Georgina Prodhan and Noah Barkin