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US 30 (DJI)

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17,757.91 +138.40    +0.79%
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Market: United States
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  • Prev. Close: 17,757.91
  • Open: 17,778.50
  • Day's Range: 17,638.12 - 17,801.83
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US 30 Analysis

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
Tsipras Blinks First
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Jul 01, 2015

The IMF confirmed that Greece missed its payment and made a request to extend the deadline. If the market gave no reaction, it is certainly because nobody expected Greece to open the wallet in June ...

Swissquote Bank SA
Greece Misses Payment To IMF
By Swissquote Bank SA - Jul 01, 2015

Market Brief It’s done. Greece became the first developed country to default on an IMF loan after having missed the €1.5bn payment to the IMF. The cash-strapped nation is officially in ...

ICN.com
Dow Jones And S&P 500 Futures: July 1st, 2015
By ICN.com  - Jul 01, 2015

Dow Jones We have been so clear when we recommended our subscribers in the evening update to close all short positions taken earlier, as we were content with the profits we made since the opening of ...

OptionsClick
Greece Officially Defaults On Loans
By OptionsClick - Jul 01, 2015

Greece officially entered a default on its debt repayments to the International Monetary Fund yesterday, setting a precedent in which Greece has become the first developed country to miss an IMF loan ...

ICM Brokers
Dow Jones Ends Month On High Note
By ICM Brokers - Jul 01, 2015

Dow JonesU.S. stocks rallied on Tuesday from a massive sell-off one session earlier, as the parties in longstanding Greek debt continue to weigh. One day after crashing more than 350 points, the Dow ...

Guy S. Ortmann, CMT
NYSE: Data Suggests Bounce  
By Guy S. Ortmann, CMT - Jun 30, 2015

Charts Suffer Significant Damage Opinion: The indexes closed notably lower yesterday with broadly negative internals and heavy trading volumes. Several significant chart violations occurred making ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
Greece On The Edge Of The Cliff
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Jun 30, 2015

Today is the day: June 30th, the deadline for the IMF payment. Greece is expected to default on 1.6 billion euro worth of repayment due to the IMF. The ECB keeps the ELA unchanged; the Greek banks ...

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Top Floor
Top Floor Jun 29, 2015 02:25PM GMT
Looks like more morphine being injected into the north American markets via Fed money printed out of thin air. We should be down at least 400 points today considering the situation with Greece.
Budd Fox
Budd Fox Jun 29, 2015 04:19PM GMT
It might even start to rally from the 600-700 area back up to 18350. That's what I'm betting on. Wish me luck!
Top Floor
Top Floor Jun 30, 2015 12:44PM GMT
You have your bogus rally to lure in more suckers in pre-market this morning. Let's see how this holds up for the rest of the day.
Top Floor
Top Floor Jun 30, 2015 03:12PM GMT
Looks like the sucker rally continues into the lunch hour.

Top Floor
Top Floor Jun 22, 2015 12:45PM GMT
No deal with the Greeks today but pre-market is up over 120 points. How much longer can Yellen and her Fraud Street cronies pump us the markets like this?
Budd Fox
Budd Fox Jun 22, 2015 04:06PM GMT
19,800 - 20,200... then we should see it a 2007/8 like correction. A rate hike is unlikely at this stage.
Brijesh Patel
Brijesh Patel Jun 23, 2015 02:27PM GMT
Am sure show must go on ...don't think bear will touch this market now like 2007/8 because now so much money printed and still goin on so can handle any bear or correction. Ample of liquidity. Thats job for central bank governor job world easiest job---Central bank governor . Why easiest something wrong just print money without any security....isn't it easiest job ?
Kumar K
Kumar K Jun 25, 2015 03:04PM GMT
US making fool for whole world.. they printed currency from 2008.. Now the currency value same like 2005 or more than that.... does make any sense..how come its' possible in piratical.. it seems like gambling...if i have money i can do anything..

Jonh Male
Jonh Male Jun 22, 2015 07:49AM GMT
The Greece drama will continue till 20 July 2015... Till ECB payments.....
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