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Kathy Lien
Next Week's FX: Fasten Your Seatbelt By Kathy Lien - 7 hours ago

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management Britain’s decision to leave the European Union triggered pandemonium across the financial markets. Currencies and ...

AvaTrade
Market Update – 24-06-2016 By AvaTrade - 16 hours ago

A truly historic night! Upon closing of the polls it was looking as if the remain camp would prevail, but shortly thereafter we got the first surprise results which showed that the remain camp was ...

Zacks Investment Research
Dow Up Big As Brexit Fears Wane By Zacks Investment Research - Jun 22, 2016

Thursday, June 23, 2016As the Brexit vote takes place today, where the British populace decides on a referendum whether or not Great Britain should remain part of the European Union (EU) or not, new ...

Zacks Investment Research
Brexit Worries Diminish? By Zacks Investment Research - Jun 22, 2016

As the Brexit vote takes place today, where the British populace decides on a referendum whether or not Great Britain should remain part of the European Union (EU) or not, new polling released this ...

IFC Markets
Awaiting Brexit vote By IFC Markets - Jun 23, 2016

US stock market slipped on Wednesday as polls indicated no decisive lead for either “leave” or “remain” votes ahead of June 23 referendum about UK’s possible exit from ...

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Latest DAX Comments

Madeline Lew
Madeline Lew 9 hours ago
seems like a big sell off is about to happen before market closes. hmmm.
Vic tor
Vic tor 7 hours ago
no sell off, Monday we might see green markets, at least on the open!
Abdul Rauf Baloch
Abdul Rauf Baloch 7 hours ago
@Vic tor - I thought would be a gap down open
Vic tor
Vic tor 7 hours ago
I don't think so, they will present solution for the Brexit after this weekend! Even more, do you find normal that the markets to fall just 5-6% for such an event...everything was controlled by the Central Banks, they pumped a lot of money on the markets and will continue to do so in the next few days if will be necessary.
Miro Om
Miro Om 9 hours ago
DAX commands ECB and I think 4tT is a lot ......
Mr Paperoni Domenico
Mr Paperoni Domenico 9 hours ago
Traders, be careful! the worst part is not even over yet. The negative sentiment will continue until next week as technical indicators are all pointing DOWN DOWN DOWN!
Soros
Soros 9 hours ago
You are correct! Might be deeper red before it flattens.
mzee matata
mzee matata 8 hours ago
I feel last week as the poor ladies death the markets was propped up with Brexit it mind as the Dax was at 9430 and falling so if it continued with the downward trend would have been around 8800 with BREXIT probably 7800, same as FTSE if not for the upward trend would around 4900 which I think would mean a recession. Do you have any faith in the helath of the global economy or in the long term are we expecting a big shift down maybe after american elections?
Mr Paperoni Domenico
Mr Paperoni Domenico 7 hours ago
The American election is keeping the US markets alive, but once the elections are over, it is going to be carnage all over. We corporate earnings declining and almost no job growth, the fed cannot pump forever, because eventually the maker will have to meet the Grim Reaper!
Abdul Rauf Baloch
Abdul Rauf Baloch 7 hours ago
@Mr Paperoni Domenico - are we expecting a gap down open on Monday?
Mr Paperoni Domenico
Mr Paperoni Domenico 7 hours ago
@Abdul, we have Spanish elections this weekend which should further erode sentiments and thus selling not over yet, unless ECB intervenes to stabilize markets. In general, there is a fair probability that it will gap down on monday. However, the ultimate call is yours. Good Luck!
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