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Is the World-Beating Rally Over in China?

The rally in China is one for the history books, something never seen before for a market this size. Two weeks ago, it all changed, sending investors scrambling for the exit. But on the last day of the first half, stocks rallied to their best day in six years. Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Gainers

4911
+168.00
+6.05%
Shiseido Co Ltd
4922
+540.00
+5.37%
Kose Corp
8729
+106.00
+4.94%
Sony Financial Holdings Inc
9001
+20.00
+3.80%
Tobu Railway Co Ltd

Losers

7269
-138.00
-3.34%
Suzuki Motor Corp
6301
-63.00
-2.56%
Komatsu Ltd
2914
-111.00
-2.55%
Japan Tobacco Inc
6806
-430.00
-2.45%
Hirose Electric Co Ltd

The Greek Crisis

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Is the World-Beating Rally Over in China?

The rally in China is one for the history books, something never seen before for a market this size. Two weeks ago, it all changed, sending investors scrambling for the exit. But on the last day of the first half, stocks rallied to their best day in six years. Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Malaysia Escapes Fitch Downgrade, Keeps A- Grade

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The Top Stocks to Watch in Asia Today

In today’s "Stock Exchange," Bloomberg’s David Ingles and Zeb Eckert discuss the top stocks to watch in Asia on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)