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Live: Sensex closes up 0.41% as Greece jitters subside

Here are the key developments affecting the domestic and international markets today
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Global stocks, euro fall but no rout after Greek ‘no’

Global stocks, euro fall but no rout after Greek ‘no’

Europe shares fall but losses limited; Asian shares suffer biggest one-day fall in two years
China stocks end higher after unprecedented rescue efforts

China stocks end higher after unprecedented rescue efforts

The Shanghai Composite Index opened 7.8% higher, but ended the day up only 2.4%, at 3,775.91 points
Tilaknagar Industries rises 20% on stake sale reports

Tilaknagar Industries rises 20% on stake sale reports

Shares gained after media reports that Allied Blenders and Distillers is close to acquiring a controlling stake in the company
Russia seen as biggest oil-market loser when Iran comes back

Russia seen as biggest oil-market loser when Iran comes back

Iran is going to be competing in Europe head-on with Russia, said Ed Morse, head of commodities research at Citigroup
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