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Greece and its creditors may have only two weeks after this weekend’s referendum to come up with a new bailout agreement, with the country set to default by July 20 if it is unable to come up with funds for repayments.
Holders of senior debt from Singapore’s banks will have reason to breathe easy if the Monetary Authority of Singapore implements proposals to limit its statutory bail-in framework to subordinated debt.
(Reuters) - Chinese stocks tumbled again on Friday, taking the week’s losses to more than 10 percent, as the securities regulator said it was investigating suspected market manipulation and announced a slew of measures aimed at heading off a full-blown crash.
Corporates needing to raise some US$50bn of funding to finance M&A transactions in the coming months are seeing their options narrow amid renewed market volatility and dwindling investment returns that has made the buyside more cautious.
IFR editor-at-large Keith Mullin looks at US regulatory plans to dent bonuses.
Asian currencies need to prove they can withstand the storms in Europe.
Is the single currency on the way to meeting a terminal comeuppance?
Keith Mullin on a real gap in the market…
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