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  • Article / Friday at 16:51 GMT

    Market Close: Greece talks heat up

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Market Close: Greece talks heat up
    UK stocks ended in positive territory, led by a rise in mining sector stocks, while European markets ended higher, amid a slew of upbeat corporate earnings. Separately, finance ministers in the Eurozone warned Greece that further bailout funds would not be provided until the country accepts bailout reforms. Across the Atlantic, stocks are trading in the green, buoyed by a robust batch of company earnings.
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  • Trade view / Friday at 15:22 GMT
    Short term

    Update: Starbucks Bull Call spread

    Derivatives Trader/Content Writer
    United States
    On April 10, I wrote about a post-split strategy on Starbucks. The price is well above the bull call spread of 46.25/47.5 and now we just need to "let the paint dry" and collect on the time decay for a maximum gain of $0.45 a contract.
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    Petrovic Petrovic
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  • Trade view / Friday at 13:24 GMT
    Day trade

    Dow capped by selling interest

    Trader/Analyst / First4Trading
    United Kingdom
    Drilling down to the hourly chart, price action looks likely to be capped today, as bears continue to sell into rallies near the top of the downward trending resistance. Bullish control has been lost and we expect to see support tested later in the session.
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  • Trade view / Friday at 12:11 GMT
    Medium term

    A post-earnings trade in Caterpillar

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
    United States
    Shares of industrial machinery giant Caterpillar had a so called pop and drop reaction on Thursday to its latest earnings report. The stock, however, remains constructively positioned for a further rise and currently offers traders clearly defined risk/reward.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Friday at 10:17 GMT

    Is the raging rally in Indian equities over?

    CNBC
    Indian equities appear to be losing their mojo since hitting a lifetime high in March, as weak corporate earnings, soft growth momentum and uncertainty over the government's tax policy discourages investors, Ansuya Harjani reports. The S&P BSE Sensex has fallen almost 8 percent since March 4, when the benchmark index touched an all-time peak of 30,024.74. Year-to-date, the gauge is up just 1 percent, trailing regional peers such as the Shanghai Composite, which is up 36 percent.
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    ozy ozy
    Hi Ole, What time to publish american rig count today?