Monitors show market movements at the Taiwan Stock Exchange in Taipei. Taiwan’s weighted index fell 274.05 points or 2.96 per cent to 8,976.11 as a rout in China spread into regional markets. Photograph: AFP

(...) spread on bonds from securities houses widened by 18-20 basis points. “Chinese securities companies(...)

People line up outside a National Bank branch  in Athens, Greece. The political talks may drag on, but all the signs are that the Greek banks are simply running out of cash. Photograph: Milos Bicanski/Getty Images

(...) security for loans. Basically, if the solvency of the Greek state is in question, then the bonds which the(...)

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange

(...)-year yields fell 4.8 basis points to 0.73 per cent. However, yields on government bonds from Italy, Spain(...)

All 28 European Union leaders are due to meet next Sunday to discuss support for Greece. Photograph:   Francois Lenoir/Reuters 2:19

(...) financing could be provided by “Greece’s friends” and by releasing past ECB profits on Greek bonds, to(...)

Exchange-traded funds are similar to ordinary funds in that they provide access to a basket of stocks. However, they trade like stocks and can be bought and sold throughout the trading day. Photograph: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images

(...) access to illiquid asset classes such as leveraged loans, junk bonds and emerging market bonds. There(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Following news that Greece had voted No and continued volatility in the Chinese market, stocks were down in Monday morning trading. Photograph:Getty Images

(...), Portugal and Italy, the haven appeal of German sovereign bonds attracted buyers, opening up the spread(...)

Demonstrators in Paris in support of Greece as German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Francois Hollande meet on Monday. Photograph: Jacques Demarthon/AFP/Getty Images

(...) assets such as bonds as security when getting central bank funding and the change means Greek banks will(...)

Greece’s former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis drives his motorcyle with his wife Danae Stratou after exiting the finance ministry in Athens. Photograph: Fotis Plegas/EPA 1:48

(...) dollar on Asian markets after the setback for Europe’s monetary union and European shares and bonds were(...)

Journalists follow outgoing Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis as he leaves his home in Athens on Monday. Photograph: EPA. 1:50

(...) markets after the setback for Europe’s monetary union and European shares and bonds were expected to take(...)

The euro fell as Greek voters rejected austerity demands, fueling concern the indebted nation is on track to exit the currency union

(...) get hit with the exception of safe-haven bonds.” Yields on 10-year Treasury notes could slip to 2(...)