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    the more bearrishness around the more bullish I would be. Reason, recent rally was so fast that traders psychology will be unparience to jump in once again,...
  • Calendar event / 9 hours ago

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    Med Q2 2015 Earnings conference call [analyst]
  • Article / 12 hours ago

    European Stocks: Key areas of support and resistance

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
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    European Stocks: Key areas of support and resistance
    Between mixed economic data and cross winds from commodity deflation and a still hawkish European Central Bank it seems that European stocks are stuck in a whirlwind of signals. As we kick off this new month of August, which historically has a negative tilt to it, it's a good idea to map out some of the technical support and resistance levels and potential paths of least resistance for the major European equity indices.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 12 hours ago

    Will Greek stocks ever recover?

    CNBC
    Greek equities plunged lower Monday as the Athens stock exchange opened its doors following five weeks of closure. While the index recovered some of its initial, 24% drop over the course of the day, the impact of the crisis was tremendous, knocking banking stocks down by 30% to their daily volatility limit. Some analysts, however, remain sanguine regarding Athens, with CNBC quoting Beta Securities' managing director Evangelos Charatsis as stating that "I believe the selloff won't go much further". Capital Economics' Jonathan Loynes was less hopeful, and said that he believes a Grexit remains possible given the conditions of the controversial bailout plan.
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