BOJ Unexpectedly Loosens as Growth Falters

The Bank of Japan unexpectedly expanded its asset-purchase fund by 10 trillion yen ($126 billion), seeking to counter an increasing danger of contraction in the world’s third-largest economy.
EU Creditors Won't Wave Wand on Greek Debt: Brown
59:25 - There is unlikely to be any quick action by European Union creditors to make a deal on Greek debt after the July 5 referendum and "I don't expect any wand to be waved anywhere in the next few months," said Brendan Brown, executive director of Mitsubishi UFJ Securities. He spoke in an interview with Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" which also covered the outlook for Chinese markets. (Source: Bloomberg)
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