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Jeremy Cook
Markets Still Going In Circles Over Greece
By Jeremy Cook - May 28, 2015

Back and Forth on GreeceThere is something of The Benny Hill Show to the latest round of news from the Greek debt talks. An unnamed official from the Greek delegation yesterday told reporters that ...

ActionForex
Dollar Firm With USD/JPY Breaks 7 Year High
By ActionForex - May 28, 2015

US equities staged a strong rebound overnight, in particular, with NASDAQ closing at new record high of 5106.56, up 73.84 pts, or 1.47%. DJIA also closed up 121.45 pts, or 0.67% at 18162.99 after ...

Dr. Duru
Volatility Survives (For Now) The Same Old Chop
By Dr. Duru  - May 28, 2015

T2108 Status: 45.0%T2107 Status: 51.3%VIX Status: 13.3General (Short-term) Trading Call: Neutral.Active T2108 periods: Day #151 over 20%, Day #110 above 30%, Day #1 above 40% (overperiod, ended 1 day ...

Swissquote Bank SA
Chinese Shares Tumble, Greek Hopes
By Swissquote Bank SA - May 28, 2015

Market Brief Chinese equities tumble after margin lending tighten at brokerages. The Shanghai Composite retreated -3.78% while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng lost -2.10%. In Shanghai, the main gauge is ...

Binary Options Strategy
UK GDP: May 28th, 2015
By Binary Options Strategy - May 28, 2015

Looking at the upcoming session for Thursday, without a doubt, the GDP numbers coming out of the United Kingdom are probably the most important to pay attention to. With that being said, we pay ...

Avatrade
European Futures Higher Ahead Of GDP Data
By Avatrade - May 28, 2015

Daily Briefing Currencies EUR/USD: The pair has formed a reverse head and shoulder pattern on a 30 minute time frame. The next resistance is at 1.1326 and the support is at 1.0817. USD/JPY: The ...

Ed Yardeni
New Home Sales Still In The Basement
By Ed Yardeni - May 28, 2015

On Tuesday, the Bureau of Census reported that new home sales (a more timely barometer of the housing market than existing home sales) rose 6.8% to 517,000 units (saar) in April, but that followed a ...