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https://plus.google.com/101114107233772858017 John Quirke IT : ECB maintains €88bn emergency fund for Greek banks http://ow.ly/30QmSo
ECB maintains €88bn emergency fund for Greek banks http://ow.ly/30QmSo
ECB maintains €88bn emergency fund for Greek banks
The ECB has kept its emergency liquidity assistance to Greek banks unchanged at ?88.6bn.
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https://plus.google.com/115878430487295913363 alterities : “The ECB president Mario Draghi’s confidence trick, in the form of his declaration in 2012 that the ...
“The ECB president Mario Draghi’s confidence trick, in the form of his declaration in 2012 that the monetary authorities would do “whatever it takes” to preserve the euro, has worked so far.” – But the knowledge that the euro is not a binding commitment…
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"The ECB president Mario Draghi’s confidence trick, in the form of his declaration in 2012 that the monetary authorities would do “whatever it takes” to preserve the euro, has worked so far." - But...
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https://plus.google.com/112252140550142255355 Forexpromos.com : #ECB freezes #ELA assistance to Greek banks. Greek banks, stocks and bonds closed for the whole week...
#ECB freezes #ELA assistance to Greek banks. Greek banks, stocks and bonds closed for the whole week.
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https://plus.google.com/114900890355837174137 Forex Signals by Intelligent Forex Trading : Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015. http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/ Asian session...
Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015.
http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/

Asian session review:
The price movement during the Asian session was fairly normal. The range of most Forex pais was around 20-40 pips. This is a good size from which we can start looking for trades.

News Events:
The US non farm payroll data is coming out today at 1:30pm. The US non farm payroll data is the most important data release that affects the currency pairs we trade. Often when this piece of news comes out the price changes extremely quickly and by a large amount (50+ pips). It can be the case that the hours leading up to the data release there is either very flat or very erratic price movement. Flat price movement is caused by traders being unwilling enter the market as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. Erratic movement is caused by traders exiting any open positions as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. I am therefore unlikely to enter a trade before the announcement.

The risk of price volatility due to the Greek crisis is a little lower today. Eurozone negotiators have said that they will not restart talks before the Greek referendum on Sunday. This means that it is less likely that there will be important comments from negotiators that will cause significant price spikes.

9:30am: GBP – Medium – Construction PMI.
1:30pm: USD – Extreme – Non-Farm Employment Change.
3:00pm: USD – Low/Medium – Factor Orders.
4:10pm: EUR – Low/Medium – ECB President Draghi Speaks at Target 2 Securities launch.

As a very rough guide the following volatility key can be used as an indication of the amount of volatility to expect:
Low: 0-5 pips
Medium: 5-15 pips
High: 15 – 40 pips
Extreme: 40-100+ pips

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https://plus.google.com/114900890355837174137 Forex Signals by Intelligent Forex Trading : Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015. http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/ Asian session...
Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015.
http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/

Asian session review:
The price movement during the Asian session was fairly normal. The range of most Forex pais was around 20-40 pips. This is a good size from which we can start looking for trades.

News Events:
The US non farm payroll data is coming out today at 1:30pm. The US non farm payroll data is the most important data release that affects the currency pairs we trade. Often when this piece of news comes out the price changes extremely quickly and by a large amount (50+ pips). It can be the case that the hours leading up to the data release there is either very flat or very erratic price movement. Flat price movement is caused by traders being unwilling enter the market as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. Erratic movement is caused by traders exiting any open positions as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. I am therefore unlikely to enter a trade before the announcement.

The risk of price volatility due to the Greek crisis is a little lower today. Eurozone negotiators have said that they will not restart talks before the Greek referendum on Sunday. This means that it is less likely that there will be important comments from negotiators that will cause significant price spikes.

9:30am: GBP – Medium – Construction PMI.
1:30pm: USD – Extreme – Non-Farm Employment Change.
3:00pm: USD – Low/Medium – Factor Orders.
4:10pm: EUR – Low/Medium – ECB President Draghi Speaks at Target 2 Securities launch.

As a very rough guide the following volatility key can be used as an indication of the amount of volatility to expect:
Low: 0-5 pips
Medium: 5-15 pips
High: 15 – 40 pips
Extreme: 40-100+ pips

http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/fx-trade-blog/
Intelligent Forex Trading

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https://plus.google.com/114900890355837174137 Forex Signals by Intelligent Forex Trading : Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015. http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/ Asian session...
Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015.
http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/

Asian session review:
The price movement during the Asian session was fairly normal. The range of most Forex pais was around 20-40 pips. This is a good size from which we can start looking for trades.

News Events:
The US non farm payroll data is coming out today at 1:30pm. The US non farm payroll data is the most important data release that affects the currency pairs we trade. Often when this piece of news comes out the price changes extremely quickly and by a large amount (50+ pips). It can be the case that the hours leading up to the data release there is either very flat or very erratic price movement. Flat price movement is caused by traders being unwilling enter the market as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. Erratic movement is caused by traders exiting any open positions as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. I am therefore unlikely to enter a trade before the announcement.

The risk of price volatility due to the Greek crisis is a little lower today. Eurozone negotiators have said that they will not restart talks before the Greek referendum on Sunday. This means that it is less likely that there will be important comments from negotiators that will cause significant price spikes.

9:30am: GBP – Medium – Construction PMI.
1:30pm: USD – Extreme – Non-Farm Employment Change.
3:00pm: USD – Low/Medium – Factor Orders.
4:10pm: EUR – Low/Medium – ECB President Draghi Speaks at Target 2 Securities launch.

As a very rough guide the following volatility key can be used as an indication of the amount of volatility to expect:
Low: 0-5 pips
Medium: 5-15 pips
High: 15 – 40 pips
Extreme: 40-100+ pips

http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/fx-trade-blog/
Intelligent Forex Trading

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https://plus.google.com/114900890355837174137 Forex Signals by Intelligent Forex Trading : Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015. http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/ Asian session...
Forex Trading Signals Morning Review: 2 July 2015.
http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/

Asian session review:
The price movement during the Asian session was fairly normal. The range of most Forex pais was around 20-40 pips. This is a good size from which we can start looking for trades.

News Events:
The US non farm payroll data is coming out today at 1:30pm. The US non farm payroll data is the most important data release that affects the currency pairs we trade. Often when this piece of news comes out the price changes extremely quickly and by a large amount (50+ pips). It can be the case that the hours leading up to the data release there is either very flat or very erratic price movement. Flat price movement is caused by traders being unwilling enter the market as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. Erratic movement is caused by traders exiting any open positions as they fear that any movement caused by the non farm data release may stop out their trades. I am therefore unlikely to enter a trade before the announcement.

The risk of price volatility due to the Greek crisis is a little lower today. Eurozone negotiators have said that they will not restart talks before the Greek referendum on Sunday. This means that it is less likely that there will be important comments from negotiators that will cause significant price spikes.

9:30am: GBP – Medium – Construction PMI.
1:30pm: USD – Extreme – Non-Farm Employment Change.
3:00pm: USD – Low/Medium – Factor Orders.
4:10pm: EUR – Low/Medium – ECB President Draghi Speaks at Target 2 Securities launch.

As a very rough guide the following volatility key can be used as an indication of the amount of volatility to expect:
Low: 0-5 pips
Medium: 5-15 pips
High: 15 – 40 pips
Extreme: 40-100+ pips

http://www.intelligentforextrading.net/fx-trade-blog/
Intelligent Forex Trading

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https://plus.google.com/113653798100742351191 Miguel Afonso Caetano : "Nobody knows what 50,000 drachmas will be worth if Greece defaults on its debts, but Kiritsis and his...
"Nobody knows what 50,000 drachmas will be worth if Greece defaults on its debts, but Kiritsis and his colleagues have for months been exposed to the basic dilemma of Syriza. It is a coalition – including the hard, pro-Moscow left who want that drachma note to become real; a centre around Tsipras who wanted to try to shrug off austerity within the euro; and former social democrats who want, at all costs, to do a deal with the lenders.

It was not until 4 June that Tsipras became convinced that his original strategy – to go on paying the lenders while negotiating the fine detail of an accord that never seemed to come – was fruitless. It was at this point that the forces in Syriza realigned leftwards and the strategy of the troika (the ECB, IMF and European Commission) – which had always been to split Syriza, forcing Tsipras and his own moderates into a coalition government with the centre parties – was in tatters.

The ultimate question for Syriza, with the banks closed and the referendum due, is: can it now function as a movement? It has ridden to power on the back of social movements but, unlike Podemos in Spain or Sinn Féin in Ireland, has never really been a mass movement itself."
Greece in chaos: will Syriza’s last desperate gamble pay off?
The banks are closed, the bailout referendum is looming – and Europe’s only far-left government is struggling to hold on to its mass support. In less than a week, it will either be triumphant or finished
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https://plus.google.com/101736325442058155472 InstaForex Broker : Technical analysis of EUR/USD for July 02, 2015: The euro extended its fall for the second consecutive...
Technical analysis of EUR/USD for July 02, 2015: The euro extended its fall for the second consecutive day closing below 20&50Dsma. The Greek PM accepted the creditors' proposals, but the pair's reaction was quite opposite. Data on the PMI was put aside at yesterday's session. Greece's referendum was the only factor which traders expressed concern about. However, the Spanish Market PMI came out at 54.5 in June against 55.8 in May, but still signaling a solid improvement in the sector. The Germany PMI, designed to provide a single-figure snapshot of the performance of the manufacturing economy, rose to 51.9 in June from 51.1 in May signaling an acceleration of manufacturing growth in Germany. Besides, the US delivered strong data. Today traders eye Spanish unemployment change. ECB President Mario Draghi's speech is due today. Technical view: The pair had rejected at 20Dsma & 100Dema earlier. At yesterday's session, it rejected at 50Dsma losing the same moving averages. The 100Dema is found at 1.1040. The 2Wsma is seen at 1.1030. A daily close below 100Dema is likely to open gates towards 1.0950, 1.0900, 1.0850, and 1.0800 initially. It is expected to extend towards 1.0660 later. In both the H1 and H4 charts, the pair has been reaching lower lows and lower highs. Intraday support is found at 1.1025, 1.0970, and 1.0930. Resistance is seen at 1.1080 and 1.1130. Until the pair closes below 1.1200, use rises to sell with a target at 1.0900. The material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.ws http://dlvr.it/BP4xyG #analitics #insta #forex #trading
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https://plus.google.com/117532391443505548574 SmallBusinessCan : ECB maintains ELA support to Greek banks ahead of Sunday’s referendum http://ow.ly/P4zKL
ECB maintains ELA support to Greek banks ahead of Sunday’s referendum http://ow.ly/P4zKL

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ECB maintains ELA support to Greek banks ahead of Sunday's referendum. Starting with events in Greece, the most important news came after the London close with the ECB Governing Council announcing it has decided to leave the cap on Emergency Liquidity Assistance available to Greek lenders ...
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https://plus.google.com/102574654852535694181 IBTimes UK : Euro off Asian lows as Greek drama continues, ECB minutes in focus http://dlvr.it/BP28rp
Euro off Asian lows as Greek drama continues, ECB minutes in focus http://dlvr.it/BP28rp
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https://plus.google.com/113290433800047414047 World Economic Forum : What are the consequences of the ECB capping emergency assistance to Greece?
What are the consequences of the ECB capping emergency assistance to Greece?
Has the ECB made a mistake with Greece?

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https://plus.google.com/103107780436429549552 Ray Milala : ECB Keeps Limit on Emergency Loans to Greek Banks By Rebecca Howard         WELLINGTON, New Zealand-...
ECB Keeps Limit on Emergency Loans to Greek Banks
   By Rebecca Howard         WELLINGTON, New Zealand--The New Zealand dollar was weaker late Thursday, after dairy prices fell to a six-year low in the overnight GlobalDairyTrade auction for July 1, an international trading platform established by New Zeala...
ECB Keeps Limit on Emergency Loans to Greek Banks ~ Media News
By Rebecca Howard WELLINGTON, New Zealand--The New Zealand dollar was weaker late Thursday, after dairy prices fell to a six-year low in the overnight GlobalDairyTrade auction for July 1, an international trading platform established by New Zealand's Fonterra Co-Operative Group.
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https://plus.google.com/100213179927546898158 mlaechel : Situation with Greece and ECB?
Situation with Greece and ECB?
The 1045 Report: May be up day tommorrow: ECB announcement
I have been trading the market for 16 years and developed a system of trading against the crowd that enables me to realize substantial profits on a monthly basis. If you want to succeed in anything you have to stand out and do what others don't. I am an entrepreneur who enjoys starting ...
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https://plus.google.com/100213179927546898158 mlaechel : May be up day tommorrow: ECB announcement There is a new development that occurred later today toward...
May be up day tommorrow: ECB announcement
There is a new development that occurred later today toward market close: The ECB said they would not pull the plug on Greek banks. This caused some eyebrow raising as the European banks traditionally do not extend money to insolvent banks. But there it is....
The 1045 Report: May be up day tommorrow: ECB announcement
I have been trading the market for 16 years and developed a system of trading against the crowd that enables me to realize substantial profits on a monthly basis. If you want to succeed in anything you have to stand out and do what others don't. I am an entrepreneur who enjoys starting ...
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https://plus.google.com/100578392613474853854 Fortune Magazine : Greece: the ECB turns off the taps but doesn’t pull the plug
Greece: the ECB turns off the taps but doesn’t pull the plug
Greece shutters its banks after the ECB turns off the taps
Daily withdrawals reported to be limited to €60 ($67) as savers line up to empty ATMs.
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https://plus.google.com/105100715463751840579 Anthony Manello : ECB will not increase liquidity lifeline to Greek banks: source via Yahoo News Digest Get the app and...
ECB will not increase liquidity lifeline to Greek banks: source via Yahoo News Digest

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