European market slid back this morning as both sides in the Eurozone’s struggle with Greece hardened their stances. Greece’s prime minister Alexis Tsipras rejects a renewal of the harsh bailout terms imposed by the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Germans and other hardliners, including the ECB, are pushing back. No easy money will be on the table to tide Greece over during negotiations. Eurozone finance ministers are meeting on Wednesday to discuss the clash. U.K.’s HSBC is in the media spotlight again over past misdeeds at its Swiss private banking unit, which is alleged to have promoted tax evasion among clients from several countries. In China, troubled property developer Kaisa is rescued through a takeover by rival Sunac