Tuesday, June 30, 2015   

BoE keeps interest rates at record low
(07-10 19:10)

The Bank of England announced Thursday that policymakers have voted again to keep its key lending rate at a record-low 0.50 percent, where it has stood since March 2009.
Britain's central bank added in a brief statement that it also opted to maintain the level of cash stimulus in the economy at 375 billion pounds. Both decisions were in line with market expectations. --AFP
   
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(Greece crisis) China, HK equities bounce on day of wild swings (1 hr 34 mins ago)
Australia predicts 38pc fall in iron ore prices (06-30 13:53)
Hang Seng, Shanghai rebound (06-30 13:46)
(Greece crisis) Euro weakens in Asia (06-30 12:20)
Dow tumbles 350 points amid junk rating for Greek debt (06-30 11:29)
Oil eases in Asia (06-30 11:26)
(Greece crisis) Hang Seng rebounds, China equities sell-off continues (06-30 11:24)

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