Greece: FTSE falls on 'no' vote, European markets hit harder but stable

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European markets are down but stable in early trading after the Greek people voted against further austerity, with the UK's leading index hit least hard.

In the first morning's trading since the outcome of the Greek referendum, the FTSE 100 is down 0.52% to 6,551 at 10am. The German Dax fell 1.06% to 10,941 and the Cac 40 was 1.27% lower at 4,747...

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