Tuesday, June 30, 2015   

Nikkei slumps at close
(02-08 14:43)

Tokyo stocks tumbled 1.80 percent on profit-taking after it hit a four and a half-year high this week and as the yen rebounded from recent lows.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 lost 203.91 points to 11,153.16, with embattled electronics giant Sony falling more than 10 percent on disappointing earnings, AFP reports.
The Topix index of all first-section shares lost 1.22 percent, or 11.83 points, to 957.35.
   
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(Greece crisis) Europe and Asia stocks take a hammering, Athens bourse shut (06-29 15:42)
(Greece crisis) EU makes last ditch compromise bid (06-29 14:25)
(Greece crisis) Investors flee to safety (06-29 13:41)
(Greece crisis) Euro sinks below US$1.1 in Asia (06-29 13:17)
(Greece crisis) India stocks dive (06-29 13:16)
(Greece crisis) China equities 'on the cusp of full-blown bear market' (06-29 13:02)
(Greece crisis) Gold prices rise, oil falls (06-29 12:45)
(Greece crisis) Embattled Greek PM Tsipras turns off cash tap (06-29 12:41)
(Greece) Public rage spills onto the streets (06-29 12:36)
(Greece crisis) Athens caps bank withdrawals at 60 euros a day (06-29 12:29)

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