GLOBAL MARKETS * The near-month derivative contract for India's NSE index at Singapore Exchange fell 0.2 percent, while MSCI Asia ex-Japan edged up 0.5 percent. * Asian shares and the euro edged up from lows on Monday as surveys showing a lead in opinion polls for Greece's pro-bailout camps helped ease risk aversion and calmed fears of a disorderly exit from the euro bloc. * U.S. stocks ended their first positive week in four with a down day on Friday as investors were reluctant to buy ...
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