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Type: Index
Market: Germany
# Components: 30

  • Prev. Close: 10,676.78
  • Open: 10,923.50
  • Day's Range: 10,663.99 - 10,946.87
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Martin Mahr
Martin Mahr Jul 08, 2015 05:57AM GMT
morning,.. downgap about 10780
RV Rv Jul 08, 2015 06:01AM GMT
One more difficult day. The Greek situation will not have a decision soon...
Martin Mahr
Martin Mahr Jul 08, 2015 06:07AM GMT
but at least we will close half the gap i think .. its headed down first.. maybe around 550 or only to 650? dont know
Martin Mahr
Martin Mahr Jul 08, 2015 06:12AM GMT
i have no clue atm.. maybe better flat and wait for a entry .. or buy a small pos here

Javier Rios Heredia
Javier Rios Heredia Jul 07, 2015 11:01PM GMT
Thank you all guys, today we did a very nice job and we took a nice profit, let's see how this open tomorrow. We are doing of this the best forum about DAX!!!
Zahid Zakariah
Zahid Zakariah Jul 08, 2015 06:03AM GMT
I just hope u close the trade though. Dax is getting a big gap down.

Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 07, 2015 09:42PM GMT
The takeaway from officials' post-summit comments?. . European leaders have drawn a line in the sand: Greece has to come up with a proposal they consider workable in the next few days, and everyone needs to be on board with it by Sunday, or the EU and the euro zone will have to start looking at the (still unspoken) Plan B.. . Germany's Merkel said she will not accept haircuts on Greek debt, but the officials said a short-term deal would be possible. Additionally, the ECB will carry Greece through Sunday, they said.
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