Euro tanks after Greece votes 'no'

Currencies are trading in Asia’s monday session, and it’s not looking good for the euro.

At around $US1.100, the euro is down about 0.7% against the US dollar.

This comes after polls closed for Greece’s referendum. With a little more than 50% of the votes counted, the ‘no’ vote is in the lead with about 60% of the count.

More to come…

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