Stocks and bond yields lower after Greek No

Single currency pares losses after Varoufakis resigns

Beijing liquidity move fails to spur stocks

Early equities gains subside as investors sell into rally

Vodafone restatement weighs on FTSE 100

Rolls-Royce slides after Deutsche Bank sets 610p price target

Nerves taut ahead of Greek referendum

European stocks fall while Bunds rise

China fails to stem share market turmoil

Shanghai shares have fallen nearly 30% in past three weeks

China seen emulating Nikkei and Nasdaq

Eye-watering valuations finally test the optimism of investors

Wall Street braced for profit declines

Drop in quarterly earnings for S&P 500 companies is forecast at 4.5%

Graham Kerr says the new company will need to be more nimble than BHP, with a different resource base and strategy

BHP’s former Billiton spin-off heads South

South32 has lost 15% since being gifted to shareholders

Fast Asia Open - What's next for China stocks?

Investors so far unmoved by steps meant to buoy market

Takeover bid boosts shares in Health Net

Utilities, energy and telecoms attract buyers after jobs data

Dollar and bond yields fall after US data

Stock markets nervous ahead of Greek vote

AstraZeneca rises on drug pipeline hopes

FTSE 100 added 0.3 per cent or 21.88 points to 6,630.47

Explainer: What drives Chinese volatility?

Dominance of retail investors is one reason for wild swings

Retail investors jump on new Toyota stock

Potential buyers drawn to limited downside risks of Model AA shares

China rule changes fail to buoy market

Regulators seek to end cycle of margin calls and liquidation

US shares start July in positive fashion

S&P 500 boosted as airlines fly against the trend amid probe

European stocks rise on Greek hopes

Dollar supported by solid economic data

China’s equity bubble has echoes of Nasdaq

These tech booms, separated by 15 years, are strikingly similar

China’s equity bubble is big distraction

Share gyrations are seldom known to wreck a well-managed economy

Leisure stocks welcome the British summer

Second-half earners get the period off to a strong start

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