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Inari (Inari)
Jun 28 2015 at 13:48
42 posts
So an olive branch from the ECB in terms of funding to the Greek banks at least for Monday - but after Tuesday more extensions fly in the face of the ECB charters... We will see...

Sean

ZOOM
Jun 28 2015 at 16:47
39 posts
Yeah, you are right. But news reports are saying they capped the ELA at the previous max levels, which should still be enough for a couple of days? Key is the June 30th IMF loan repayment. Will be interesting what happens next. One of the key trades I had/have in mind is CHF/JPY short if nothing positive comes out before/after Tuesday.

csc2009
Jun 28 2015 at 20:47
834 posts
A Greek bank holiday on Monday was announced today, there are rumors about it may extend for the whole week. The news could be extremely bearish for Eur/Usd.

ZOOM
Jun 28 2015 at 21:02
39 posts
Too bad that brokerages are closed and cannot enter any EUR/USD shorts atm, wonder where the EUR/USD will shift by the time they open in a couple of hours in Asia.... Any thoughts on whether the eur/usd will be lower during European hours than during Asian hours?

Spackelspade (Spackelspade)
Jun 28 2015 at 21:13
53 posts
ZOOM
Jun 28 2015 at 21:19
39 posts
Sub 1.10 now.... TP on small positions hit.....
Meanwhile my bit larger CHF/JPY short went up something like 200pips

Inari (Inari)
Jun 29 2015 at 06:34
42 posts
And it's official - it's a Bank Holiday in Greece tomorrow - Would hate to be an ATM over there right now

Inari (Inari)
Jun 29 2015 at 06:38
42 posts
FXCM Open - but EUR/USD quoted at 1.1004/06

miltont (miltont)
Jun 29 2015 at 06:39
2 posts
closed my trade made profit $700

honeill (honeill)
Jun 29 2015 at 07:39
1141 posts
On Friday session the EURUSD fell and closed in the red near the low of the day, below the 50-moving average. The Greek drama is coming to an end as Greece prepares to hold a referendum on July the 5th over its bailout program. Key levels to watch today the 1.1097 daily support, 1.1058 Fibonacci retracement (38.2) and 1.0955 Fibonacci retracement (50.0).

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