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  • Editor’s Picks / 20 minutes ago

    Australia to avoid Greek tragedy

    Sydney Morning Herald
    The outcome of this week's game of chicken between the Greek government and other European governments, Europe's central bank and the International Monetary Fund won't have a significant impact on the Australian economy, writes Elizabeth Knight. Australia's trade relationship with Greece is tiny – some olives and a bit of tourism. Greece makes up about 2% of the European economy and 0.3% of the world economy. Australian private holdings of Greek government bonds is also almost non-existent. Thus it won't really affect our financial system. Treasurer Joe Hockey believes Australia is "well placed" for a Greek exit from the Eurozone.
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Saxo Bank Senior Dealer Equity CFD's Market Making / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Over the past 6 months we have seen the equity futures spreads widening quite significantly, but tonight the spreads in the European Dax future is extraordinary wide, up to 4 Euros and the liquidity is very limited at the bit/ask, both indicators that the market is extremely nervous and cautious.
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  • Squawk / 5 hours ago
    Saxo Bank Senior Dealer Equity CFD's Market Making / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    New lows on S&P500 futures. Critical support level about to be taken out. Dax futures are trading at intraday lows too.
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    4h
    fxtime fxtime
    Yeah amazing trading range for spx/euro/t-bonds and I am surprised to see us back at globex lows today on SPX.
    2h
    peter peter
    no hopes today, it is real!!! SELL
  • Squawk / 5 hours ago
    Saxo Bank Senior Dealer Equity CFD's Market Making / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    CHINA'S LI: CHINA WANTS GREECE TO STAY IN EURO ZONE
    CHINA'S LI: CHINA IS READY TO PLAY A CONSTRUCTIVE ROLE.
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  • Article / 7 hours ago

    What happens after the Grexit and what to watch out for

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Finland
    In my third article on Greece, I outline what will be next on the agenda. Losses from Greece will have to be handled somehow, and the European Central Bank will do what is expected from it - but nothing more, and nothing less. The key will be how the European institutions handle the country-specific economic control - too much or too little, someone will become alienated.
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  • 4h
    fxtime fxtime
    A good call...for some reason I can't bring myself to buy facebook....but shorting is quite another matter :-) The real annoying thing with Facebook for me is...