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The euro has held steady as investors await the next move by European leaders after Greece at the weekend voted against accepting more austerity measures.
Asian markets have mostly recovered from the previous day's Greece-fuelled sell-off, but Shanghai sank again after warnings that a recent rout may not be enough.
US stocks have fallen moderately, joining most global bourses in moving lower after the Greek vote against more austerity measures raised fears of a euro exit.
Oil has rebounded in Asia on bargain-hunting after prices plunged as Greek defiance against austerity measures imposed by creditors sparked turbulence in global markets.
Greece is at the last chance saloon, thirsty and out of credit. Next stop could be the badlands of euro exit.
Greek voters' defiant rejection of the terms of an international bailout in Sunday's referendum capped a dramatic week for the country in its standoff with EU-IMF creditor.
Greece has named economist Euclid Tsakalotos, its top negotiator in the stalled EU-IMF talks, as the country's new finance minister, the president's office says.
Europe's main stock markets have fallen after Greece rejected creditors' austerity demands in a weekend referendum and fears rose that it could crash out of the eurozone.