KAMPALA, June 30 (Reuters) – The Ugandan shilling was stable on Tuesday due to tighter liquidity in the money market and was seen strengthening as banks pared their hard currency positions to acquire the scarce local currency.
It looks like Greece has confirmed what we’ve been expecting — it’s going to default. Reuters just tweeted that Greece’s Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has confirmed that Greece won’t pay the IMF the €1.6 billion (£1.14 billion, $1.79 billion) it’s due today. BREAKING: Greek finance minister says Greece will not pay the IMF on Tuesday…
ZURICH, June 30 (Reuters) – Switzerland’s banks will beef up anti-money laundering measures, the Swiss banking association said on Tuesday, weeks after a report by a government-appointed group found the Alpine nation was still vulnerable to financial crime.
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