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Prev. Close11,815.01
Day's Range11,792.31 - 11,881.81
Average Vol. (3m)100,824,339
52 wk Range8354.97 - 12390.75
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ibex fut
ibex fut May 25, 2015 11:29AM GMT
We all are almost sure GREECE is not gonna PAY. But watch SPAINISH REGION ELECTION YESTERDAY........ Probably Germany is not gonna get the money back from some other contries in the future.. . Technically, we did not break the channel, so we have to wait short.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov May 25, 2015 02:06PM GMT
Yes,now Spain too.OK,in one day we have negative news from Spain,Greece and GB.Someone else?Come on don`t be shy,now is the time to send the DAX to the bottom.The pope,the Vatican,Liechtenstein ,anybody?Oh let`s not forget Ireland,maybe there are some elections in Ireland too.And Portugal?CR7 is leaving Real M,so that should be bad for DAX too,OK let`s sum it all-good minus 10-20 per cent in one day,sorry Germany,u might have some good companies,but still surrounded by idi ots all over the EZ.
Yusuf Bulut
Yusuf Bulut May 25, 2015 05:09PM GMT
Lets not forget its raining in Munich at the moment, that will also affect. Ah and Merkel has a light cold as well, we're going down big time

rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 25, 2015 11:20AM GMT
Would it not be great if Germany had enough of EZ countries' negative effects, decide to leave EUR before anyone else, and tell all other European countries to go f**k themselves... :)
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov May 25, 2015 02:19PM GMT
Absoltely.Germany is like the ship transporting everybody above water and all these countries are like a 100000 ton loads who are trying to tank it .If I were German I would be ****ed off for being the engine of European economy and getting this in return.What all these Mediterranean countries want?Withot German funding they would still have been the level 20-30 years ago.Spain was funded to build one of the most modern and expensive infrastructure networks in the world,Greece to have a standard close to the German and now?Now they say-Germany is the problem of our great economies-b**ch,please.
Yusuf Bulut
Yusuf Bulut May 25, 2015 05:07PM GMT
:). Hate to say it, but its going down 2 morrow

Yusuf Bulut
Yusuf Bulut May 25, 2015 10:24AM GMT
No worries, just place a bearish order for tomorrows DAX opening. Expecting a 2-3% drop tomorrow.
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 25, 2015 11:23AM GMT
EUR/USD is just shy of 1.10 ATM... Won't warrant such a big fall, unless it skyrockets for whateva frickin' reason..
Yusuf Bulut
Yusuf Bulut May 25, 2015 05:05PM GMT
Tomorrow will see the effects on negative statements of the ...... Greek case. As we saw today with all other European indices. Brexit rumours have even not so much to do with it, but it affects on top.
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