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  • Euro, stocks slip as Greece set to reject austerity
    The election was the second blow since last week for the euro, still smarting after the European Central Bank unveiled a huge bond-buying stimulus program. Renegotiating with other euro zone governments could even raise the risk of Greece eventually leaving the currency union, though most market players expect Tsipras to eventually make compromises to avoid the so-called "Grexit".
  • Oil falls after Greek election sends euro tumbling
    Oil slid in early Asian trade on Monday, with U.S. crude falling close to a six-year low, after Greece's election results heightened uncertainty in the euro zone and depressed the bloc's currency against the dollar. Greece's left-wing Syriza appeared on course to trounce the ruling conservatives in Sunday's snap election, setting up a possible confrontation with international creditors. March Brent crude fell 44 cents to $48.35 a barrel by 0442 GMT, wiping out light gains made on Friday after the death of the Saudi King Abdullah, but off an early low of $47.85. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude for March delivery was trading down 57 cents at $45.02 a barrel.
  • Japan exports grow most in year, signaling steady recovery from recession
    Japan's exports grew the most in a year in December, helped by a weak yen and a pick-up in overseas demand led by the United States, an encouraging sign for the recession-hit economy even as doubts persist about the strength of global consumption. The 12.9 percent year-on-year rise in exports marked a fourth straight month of growth, supported by shipments of cars to the United States and of electronics parts to China, data by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) showed on Monday. A recovery in exports, which has been a soft spot in the world's third-largest economy, could be a source of comfort for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is battling to re-kindle growth after an April sales tax hike drove Japan into a recession.

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