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Stocks dip ahead of Greek vote; China dives 7%
European stocks were mixed in early trading, with Franceís CAC 40 slipping 0.1 per cent to 4,828.72 while Germanyís DAX was flat at 11,096.84. Britainís FTSE 100 edged 0.1 per cent lower to 6,622.15.
World stocks gain, US data eclipse Greek risk
Manufacturing index up at highest level this year
Sensex gains 136 points
The wider 50-scrip Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also made gains and provisionally closed in the positive zone. It ended 50.10 points or 0.60 per cent up at 8,368.50 points.
Global stocks slip on Greece
Stocks fell in Asia and Europe, where Germanyís main index was down 2.5 per cent and the market in Athens remained closed for the week.
China stocks plunge, other markets eye Greece moves
Athens creditors will not free up billions in bailout money
World markets decline as Greece bailout talks falter
Athens deadlock attributed to playing a zero-sum game
Emaar Misr sets IPO price at EGP3.8 a share
Emaar Misr is floating 12.99 per cent of the company, amounting to 600 million shares. Of these, 510 million have been allocated to institutional investors.
Saudi Arabia opens $585billion stock market to foreign investors
However, foreign investors say they are taking a cautious approach and warn not to expect an immediate rush of foreign investment into the Middle Eastís biggest market.
Middle East and Africa PC shipments bog down
Drops 9.6% in Q1, caused by high inventories, currency fluctuations and oil price.
$1t opportunity: Saudi market set to turn a new page
Analysts and experts said the opening of the Saudi bourses is a major move in international markets since China allowed foreign investment in local market more than a decade ago.
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