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Australian market set for further fallsBY AAP | TUESDAY, 30 JUN 2015 9:15AM
Investors are bracing for further slides on the Australian sharemarket as Greece heads towards a default on its debt that could lead to its exit from the eurozone.
Read more: Greece, Europe, April, CAC 40, DAX 30, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Economics, European Union, FTSE 100, Germany, IMF creditors, International Monetary Fund, London, Monday, Mr Tsipras, Nasdaq, Paris, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, S&P 500, S&P ASX/200, Tuesday, Wall Street, Wednesday morning
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