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Not a great deal of excitement to report from Tuesday, another marginal recent low for EUR/USD noted, while USD/JPY continued to slip back from its recent highs.

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Risk aversion seeping back in Asia afternoon, after more stable morning markets despite the lower US stocks, as Spain downgraded 28 banks, Cyprus bailout request.

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US indices fell sharply on Monday ahead of the European Summit. The decline was led by the Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment, Diversified Financials and Technology Hardware & Equipment sectors.

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US indices bounced Friday driven by gains in the banks, software & services and semiconductors sectors. The S&P 500 (1335.02) closed above its 20d moving average (1320.5 - flat slope) and below its 50d moving average (1344.9 - flat slope).

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Both Greek PM, Finmin will be absent due to health problems. EUR at 1.2536, eye break of key 1.2500 - speculation of options interest, and Asian, sovereign interest there. Stop-loss on break. Eye Swiss supranational, sovereign, Asian, Dutch, European selling interest to 1.2600. More stops below 1.2450.

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Spain on Monday will formally ask its Eurozone partners for up to €100bn to recapitalise its banks, opening a week of diplomatic activity that will culminate in a EU summit on Thursday night to address the region's damaging sovereign debt crisis.

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Economic data continue to disappoint with the European markets waking up to falling Asian session with the commodities entering a bear market due to a stronger US dollar and continued weak economic news.

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Markets are going through mixed emotions with hope for further easing from the Bank of England whereas on the other side Ben Bernanke Chairman of the US Federal reserve dashed hopes of further Quantitative Easing in the short term but decided to carry on with its “Project Twist” as expected

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With the Euro-crisis taking up as much paper space as the European Football Championships it is, as always, the Macro view that is dominating.

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European indexes had a choppy day with banks, leading the losses and sentiment worsened with sharply rising Spanish and Italian 10 year bond yields. The FTSE is looking to open slightly higher by 10 points today, but that in no way a sign of a confident risk on day.

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Investors with open long positions over the weekend took a sigh of relief with the Eurozone averting its most imminent threat.

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Markets taking an optimistic approach this morning with the news that top global central banks are willing to step in if need be after the second round of Greek elections this Sunday.

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Just to make sure we don’t lose sight of the problems in the US, I decided to discuss the troublesome American labor market in this issue. But before that, some thoughts about the unfolding debt crisis in Europe which will, unfortunately, not end in the near future.

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Markets are apprehensive going into the weekend with regards to the outcome of Greek elections and a further declining state of other European economies such as Spain and Italy, a rise in Italy and Germany’s bond yields yesterday didn’t do the market sentiment any favours.

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As Euro-debt contagion hits Italy the Euro is feeling further weight ahead of what is going to be a pivotal weekend for any chance of a recovery process.

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