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Greek minister: Europe won't let Athens go under

Greece's finance minister accused creditors of trying to "terrorize" Greeks into accepting austerity.
Source: Reuters
WRAPUP 2-Greek minister says Europe won't let Athens go under

*Germany's Schaeuble says Greece might lose euro "temporarily". ATHENS, July 4- Greece's finance minister accused creditors of trying to "terrorise" Greeks into accepting austerity, warning Europe stood to lose as much as Athens if the country is forced from the euro after a referendum on Sunday on bailout terms. The left-wing government is urging a "No" vote, saying...
Source: Reuters | By: Lefteris Karagiannopoulos and Matt Robinson
Hiring a veteran is no charity act

Veterans are talented, hardworking and the unemployment rate among them has dropped. Here's how companies can attract them, Gudmundsson says.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Peter Gudmundsson, CEO of RecruitMilitary
After Tunisia attack, sun-seekers switch to Spain, Bulgaria and Greece

*Tunisia caters to those seeking good value, all-inclusive. *Spain and Bulgaria offer similar holidays. BERLIN, July 3- Fearing for their safety in Tunisia after a gunman killed dozens of tourists, sun-seeking Europeans are switching to destinations such as Spain, Bulgaria or even Greece for holidays this year.
Source: Reuters | By: Victoria Bryan
Greek crisis hitting outlook for IPOs - Euronext Paris chief

*Euronext saw strongest six-month trading since 2011. Euronext, the Paris bourse's parent company and the largest exchange in continental Europe for trading, competes with the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Boerse for company listings. The exchange said eight new large-cap listings in the first half bolstered total capital raised on Euronext to 61.7...
Source: Reuters | By: Alexandre Boksenbaum-Granier and Leigh Thomas
Greek worries drag euro zone shares to worst weekly fall this year

*Euro STOXX 50 in biggest weekly drop since Dec. LONDON, July 3- A top euro zone share index ended Friday with its worst weekly fall this year, as the market was hit by uncertainty over Greece's referendum on its bailout terms, which could determine whether it stays in the single currency. European stock markets have lost ground due to concerns over Greece's debt...
Source: Reuters | By: Alistair Smout and Liisa Tuhkanen
UPDATE 8-Oil slides in thin trade on rising U.S. rig count

Oil rigs increased by 12 to 640 following a slump that cut the number of active U.S. rigs from a peak of 1,609 in October to a nearly five-year low last week, energy services firm Baker Hughes Inc said. "This is the first weekly increase in 30 weeks and is an indication that the slump in drilling activity has ended," said Carsten Fritsch, senior oil analyst at Commerzbank...
Source: Reuters | By: Nia Williams
Greek bank closures may deplete supermarket shelves

LONDON/ ATHENS, July 3- A halt to international payments from Greek bank accounts is hurting Greek businesses and their foreign partners and threatening supplies of vital goods like food and clothing into the debt-crippled country. With banks closed, people limited to withdrawing 60 euros per day and Greece's future in the euro possibly hinging on a...
Source: Reuters | By: Martinne Geller and Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
As rig counts rise, is $70 oil still on the cards?

Oil rig counts in the U.S. rose for the first time since December 2014 last week, which could impact year-end price targets.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jenny Cosgrave
Greek worries lead euro zone shares towards biggest weekly fall this year

*Euro STOXX 50 set for biggest weekly drop since Dec. The euro zone Euro STOXX 50 index was on track for its worst week since December. Peter Oppenheimer, chief global strategist at Goldman Sachs, said a worst-case scenario in case the Greeks voted "No" to the bailout programme could see the Euro STOXX fall to 3,150 points.
Source: Reuters | By: Alistair Smout and Liisa Tuhkanen