Approaching the #Greferendum on Sunday, pollsters say the race between 'yes' and 'no' is too close to call. Are there other ways to gauge the mood of the Greek electorate ahead of this decision?
Volatility caused by the Greek crisis has knocked two percent off the value of the world's top 100 companies, according to Ernst and Young. The UK audit firm's new study says German firms have suffered particularly. (03.07.2015)
In a public plea to his country to remain calm, PM Alexis Tsipras has again urged Greeks to vote "no" in Sunday's referendum. At the same time, a major financial lifeline has declared Greece to be in default. (03.07.2015)
An opinion poll shows the Greek referendum is set to be a tight race. Campaigning is underway, even as a top court is due to rule on the poll's legality. (03.07.2015)
On Sunday Greeks will vote in a referendum against a backdrop of shuttered banks and growing rancor. The only certainty is continued uncertainty, as Pavlos Zafiropoulos writes from Athens. (03.07.2015)
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