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Kathy Lien
Buy Or Sell Euros After Greek Referendum?
By Kathy Lien - Jul 02, 2015 1

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Buy or Sell Euros after Greek Referendum? Dollar – Non Farm Payrolls Take Backseat to Greek Crisis Sterling Hangs Tight ...

Kathy Lien
How Will NFP Impact USD?
By Kathy Lien - Jul 01, 2015

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. How Much Impact will Payrolls have on the Dollar? EUR: No Deal Until Greek Referendum NZD Sinks to New Lows after Dairy ...

Kathy Lien
3 Reasons For Euro's U-Turn
By Kathy Lien - Jun 29, 2015 2

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director. Many US traders are waking up this morning expecting the euro to be trading much lower but instead of dropping to 1.08, EUR/USD recaptured 1.10 and is hovering ...

Tommy Humphreys
Futures Speculators Too Bullish On Gold
By Tommy Humphreys - Jul 01, 2015 4

This is the kind of gold futures CoT report that gold bulls definitely did not want to see: A sizable increase in net speculative long positioning combined with a 15,260 contract increase in open ...

Tom Cleveland
How Low Can Euro Go?
By Tom Cleveland - Jul 02, 2015

Euripedes would be proud. Greek Tragedy has once again taken center stage, driven by the foibles and political intrigues of its cast of characters in the same tradition that only a classical Greek ...

Marc Chandler
Emerging Markets: What Has Changed
By Marc Chandler - Jul 03, 2015

1) Polls show that the favourable evaluation of the Brazilian government fell to 9%, the lowest reading since 1989. 2) Ukraine and its creditors have agreed to resume talks 3) Credit Bank of ...

Cam Hui
Time For A Market Bounce?
By Cam Hui - Jul 01, 2015 1

I have written about my Trifecta bottom spotting model before (as an example see Sell Rosh Hashanah?). It consists of the following three conditions, which must occur closely (within a week) of each ...

Tiho Brkan
U.S. Markets Aren't Oversold -- Part 2
By Tiho Brkan - Jul 02, 2015

Today's chart focuses on the US stock market's breadth. In my previous two posts -- here and here -- I looked at two different measures of breadth: 1) new 52-week highs and new 52-week lows; and 2) ...

Sid Klein
Silver's Low Reconfirmed
By Sid Klein - Jul 02, 2015

China has torn up the precious metals world since 2008, with its accumulation of gold in order to dethrone the USD as the favoured currency for settling contracts in the burgeoning new world and era ...

Tory Enerson
Crude Oil Inventories Building Again
By Tory Enerson - Jul 01, 2015

As expected, Greece has defaulted on her payments to the IMF. This much anticipated move now sets up the next deadline, a Greek referendum set for Sunday to determine the troubled European ...

DAYTRADE PROFIT
Gold Price Ignores The Panic
By DAYTRADE PROFIT - Jul 02, 2015

Today we have non-farm payrolls, and U.S. market will close on July 3rd. We also can see that for now, Greece doesn't seem to be impacting gold. From the side of the private investor, we see that ...

Chris Kimble
Shanghai Index At Historic Reversal
By Chris Kimble - Jul 01, 2015

Much of the attention around the world seems to be revolving around a small country called Greece. What about the most populated country in the world (China) -- any key messages coming from ...

Bill Witherell
France Isn't Greece
By Bill Witherell - Jul 02, 2015

Having lived in France (where I was OECD’s Director for Financial and Enterprise Affairs in Paris) for some 28 years, I try to touch base there once a year. I have recently returned from three ...

Anna Coulling
Panic? Oddly, Not According To Gold
By Anna Coulling - Jun 30, 2015 1

Panic – what panic? At least not according to the price of gold. While other markets have seen extreme volatility with equities plunging, currency pairs opening gapped down, and the VIX moving ...