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Greek Referendum and what it means – Deutsche Bank & Credit Agricole

Greek Referendum and what it means – Deutsche Bank & Credit Agricole

Jul 4, 2015 17:00
Greeks will go to the polls and decide on whether or not to accept the creditors’ proposal. Some see it as a vote on the euro or on the drachma and it’s clear...

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EUR/USD Forecast July 6-10 – Another Greek climate

EUR/USD Forecast July 6-10 – Another Greek climate

Jul 4, 2015 12:21
EUR/USD had a wild week, moving on the deterioration of the crisis, but not always in the most straightforward manner. The new week begins with the Greek referendum and continues...
  • Forex Weekly Outlook July 6-10
    Forex Weekly Outlook July 6-10
    Greece has been left front and center, with safe haven currencies riding higher and commodity currencies lower....
    on Jul 3, 2015 17:23
  • USD/JPY Forecast June 29 – July 3
    USD/JPY Forecast June 29 – July 3
    USD/JPY pushed higher, gaining about 100 points on the week. This week’s highlights are Retail Sales and...
    on Jun 28, 2015 16:04
  • GBP/USD Forecast June 29 – July 3
    GBP/USD Forecast June 29 – July 3
    GBP/USD sustained sharp losses last week, losing close to 200 points. There are 10 events this week, highlighted...
    on Jun 28, 2015 16:00

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USD/CAD Forecast July 6-10

USD/CAD Forecast July 6-10

Jul 4, 2015 22:19
The Canadian dollar sagged badly last week, as USD/CAD shot up about 200 points. The pair closed the week at 1.2560. This week’s highlight is Employment Change....

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Greek crisis – updates from 7 forex brokers

Greek crisis – updates from 7 forex brokers

Jun 28, 2015 16:34
The crisis in Greece has significantly deteriorated over the weekend. This implies extreme volatility as markets open in early Asian trading. Some brokers have taken measures...

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USD/CAD Forecast July 6-10

USD/CAD Forecast July 6-10

The Canadian dollar sagged badly last week, as USD/CAD shot up about 200 points. The pair closed the week at 1.2560. This week’s highlight is Employment Change. Here is an outlook on the major market-movers and an updated technical analysis for USD/CAD. The US gained 223K jobs in June, slightly below expectations. The unemployment rate dropped more than expected but wages disappointed. In Canada,

Greek Referendum and what it means – Deutsche Bank & Credit Agricole

Greek Referendum and what it means – Deutsche Bank & Credit Agricole

Greeks will go to the polls and decide on whether or not to accept the creditors’ proposal. Some see it as a vote on the euro or on the drachma and it’s clear that it will affect the political career of the current government. Here are two angles on the story, from Deutsche Bank and Credit Agricole:

EUR/USD: Levels To Watch Into Greek Referendum – Citi

EUR/USD: Levels To Watch Into Greek Referendum – Citi

Tomorrow is #Greferendum day: voters in the debt stricken country decide if they approve or reject the creditors’ proposal. This will have a significant impact on the euro. Here are the levels to watch according to the team at Citi: Here is their view, courtesy of eFXnews: “We doubt that sufficient progress may be achieved in the next few

EUR/USD Forecast July 6-10 – Another Greek climate

EUR/USD Forecast July 6-10 – Another Greek climate

EUR/USD had a wild week, moving on the deterioration of the crisis, but not always in the most straightforward manner. The new week begins with the Greek referendum and continues with data from Germany and France. Greece will certainly remains in the headlines throughout the week. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this week and an

Forex Weekly Outlook July 6-10

Forex Weekly Outlook July 6-10

Greece has been left front and center, with safe haven currencies riding higher and commodity currencies lower. The climax is still ahead of us. The week commences with the Greek referendum but there are other important events as well: US ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI, the FOMC Meeting Minutes, rate decisions in Australia and the UK and more.

Greek crisis – all the updates in one place

Greek crisis – all the updates in one place

The crisis in Greece has entered a new and extreme level, with the recent break up of talks and with the potential of Greece exiting the euro-zone, a move dubbed for years as “Grexit” and more recently “Grexident”. What is the background? What is going on right now? What are analysts saying? How will this affect the value

Greferendum: 3 polls show an extremely tight race

Greferendum: 3 polls show an extremely tight race

Two separate opinion polls show a very tight race between the Greek government’s NO proposal to a YES supporting the creditors’ proposal. This keeps the tension intact. A poll commissioned by Bloomberg showed 43% for NO and 42.5% for YES. 14.5% say they don’t know. A 0.5% gap is within the margin of error. This

AUD/USD dips to 6 year low

AUD/USD dips to 6 year low

The Australian dollar is under immense pressure, mostly from the crash in Chinese stocks and the overall deterioration in the world’s No. 2 economy, Australia’s No. 1 trading partner. AUD/USD has reached a low of 0.7536, just 4 pips above the previous low of 0.7532 seen on April 2nd. Below this level, we are back to

USD Seems Weaker – Looking At EURUSD & NZDUSD – Elliott Wave Analysis

USD Seems Weaker – Looking At EURUSD & NZDUSD – Elliott Wave Analysis

EURUSD is still trading in a wide range. We are tracking a possible triangle in wave 4 in a larger degree where we could be in the last stages of completion with a wave E on track now. For now and as long as we hold on to the unbroken wave C highs we will

Pound finds more reasons to rise – Services PMI beats

Pound finds more reasons to rise – Services PMI beats

The third and last purchasing managers’ index from the UK followed the second one and beat expectations. Services PMI came out at 58.5 points for June, reflecting strong growth in Britain’s largest sector. This is above 57.4 expected and 56.5 seen in May. GBP/USD advanced and hit a high of 1.5637 before bouncing back down. All in