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Market: Germany
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 NameLastHighLowChg.Chg. %Vol.Time
 Adidas AG69.12069.69067.960-0.430-0.62%910.31K15:30:07 
 Allianz138.650139.700138.200-2.950-2.08%2.06M15:30:11 
 BASF SE78.00078.95077.740-1.670-2.10%3.48M15:30:12 
 Bayer AG123.200124.800122.300-2.650-2.11%2.80M15:29:43 
 Beiersdorf AG74.55075.08073.200-0.550-0.73%348.76K15:30:12 
 BMW ST97.26098.47097.000-1.640-1.66%2.24M15:30:13 
 Commerzbank AG11.22511.53511.130-0.435-3.73%12.90M15:30:14 
 Continental AG214.200216.000212.000-2.550-1.18%410.50K15:30:16 
 Daimler AG82.03082.93081.050-0.720-0.87%4.58M15:30:17 
 Deutsche Bank AG27.34527.70527.040-0.830-2.95%9.52M15:30:17 
 Deutsche Boerse76.50077.15075.500-0.830-1.07%709.25K15:30:17 
 Deutsche Post AG26.72527.27025.805+0.590+2.26%8.53M15:30:18 
 Deutsche Telekom AG15.02015.24514.975-0.375-2.44%11.93M15:30:18 
 E.ON SE11.80011.98511.755-0.275-2.28%12.63M15:29:56 
 Fresenius SE57.35057.83056.100-0.510-0.88%938.16K15:30:20 
 Fresenius ST73.24073.91071.670-0.610-0.83%779.48K15:30:20 
 Heidelbergcement AG70.99071.42070.000-0.350-0.49%639.62K15:30:21 
 Henkel VZO100.400101.35098.410-1.200-1.18%475.18K15:29:57 
 Infineon AG11.11511.21010.930-0.075-0.67%4.43M15:29:35 
 K&S AG38.80539.06538.160+0.140+0.36%2.29M15:30:29 
 Lanxess AG53.17053.95052.930-1.350-2.48%436.50K15:30:24 
 Linde AG170.450171.550168.500-1.000-0.58%463.40K15:30:24 
 Lufthansa AG11.50011.58511.400-0.105-0.90%2.65M15:30:24 
 Merck90.64091.33089.380-0.960-1.05%505.89K15:30:25 
 Muench. Rueckvers.160.750162.600160.250-2.950-1.80%1.00M15:29:59 
 RWE AG ST19.24019.66019.195-0.465-2.36%4.13M15:29:39 
 SAP AG61.58062.16060.900-0.880-1.41%3.43M15:30:28 
 Siemens AG89.22090.09088.420-1.300-1.44%3.43M15:30:29 
 Thyssenkrupp AG22.86023.17022.765-0.445-1.91%2.01M15:30:31 
 Volkswagen AG VZO209.700211.900208.000-3.000-1.41%876.95K15:30:32 

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Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 06, 2015 05:38PM GMT
After a referendum in which Greece rejected its creditors' repayment terms, Constantine Michalos, president of the Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said Monday one of the country's main economic drivers, tourism, could suffer.. "The major fear at the moment is that, since we are at the peak of tourist season, [and] we cannot supply basic goods such as food items and pharmaceuticals, we run the risk of [hurting] not just the 10.5 million Greeks, but also the tourist wave that we have during this time of the year," Michalos said in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street.". On Sunday, nearly 62 percent of Greek voters said "no" to the bailout terms, which sent most global stock markets into a tailspin. The European benchmark German DAX shed slightly more than 1.5 percent Monday, while Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 fell nearly 2.1 percent.. Greek banks also remained closed Monday, putting the country's economy at a "standstill," Michalos added.
Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 06, 2015 05:41PM GMT
"One needs to consider that the Greek economy is not a production-based economy. We are dependent on 52 percent of imports as far as our food requirements are concerned. We're dependent on almost 80 percent of all our energy requirements being imported … so we don't have the luxury, if you will, of even considering a national currency. It will be a complete nightmare for eight-to-12 months," he said.
Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 06, 2015 05:49PM GMT
Dear friends, the story above indicates couple of more black days for DAX. These are not just technical analysis but also understanding qualitative analysis:) please bear in mind that these can indicate how markets can perform but nothing is definite. :)
Bull Boy
Bull Boy Jul 06, 2015 07:03PM GMT
It might be, we'll see tomorrow. Tsipras is very confident, maybe he has something up his sleave. Join our facebook group for more discussions, it would be nice having you there :) https://www.facebook.com/groups/1439517886371016/?locale=sv_SE

Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 06, 2015 04:40PM GMT
Eggplant,I hope you didn`t lose too much in comparison to what you won few days ago.I read in a book by Graham "the intelligent investor" that one of the biggest mistakes after a loss in a bear market not to go out and make the loss even bigger,especially with these leverages ordays.If you have 1 million eur what bothers you if you lost 100 grands,you are still rich.But in this situation with Greece DAX is under a severe pressure and in a downtrend as a whole.Of course anything can happen but I think Greece deal is not going to be reached any time soon,so that means the down movement is more likely.The other question is what is the strong support of DAX-is it 10800 or 10650...In case it is 10800 yo don`t have much to lose,but 10650 would be a bit different.Good luck,but other thing from the "intelligent investor" be cool-headed and don`t allow feelings or sentiments guide you,learn that a loss happens to everybody and it is better than a huge loss.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 06, 2015 05:06PM GMT
Call me crazy but I see a conspiracy theory behind all that Greek drama.And the hand pulling Greek strings in my opinion is in the US.Where did Varoufakis come from?Who sponsored a party that managed to win elections from nothing?Why the US?Well because the EZ is the global number one competitor of the US.The euro is under question,the EZ is under question.Not bad huh.So this is why I think a deal will not be reached soon,the task of Syriza is not to make a deal but to destabilize the EZ as much as possible.Their platform is leftist but this is only a trick for gaining massive support by Greeks who are traditionally leftist despite they never had communism.The hand pulling the strings will not allow this to finish just like that.

Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 06, 2015 04:30PM GMT
Why the BP of the forum is so high. Common friends, those who won, enjoy your profits. Those who lost, wish you a better luck next time. I understand how it feels win you lose but one can't be winning all the time
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