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It was a pretty dismal day for European markets yesterday as investors seemed to have decided on limiting their exposure to European stocks with financials dragging the FTSE down.

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Europe will carry on dictating the markets today with all eyes on Greece and Karolos Papoulias’s last attempt to form some sort of coalition that can agree on what the rest of Europe wants them to do.

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News reels this morning are explaining to the world that the Greek Co-op government won’t work because all of the parties are at odds with how to deal with the Great Greek Default looming over their heads.

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European and US equity markets saw a gain yesterday lead by banks on speculation that Greece might be able to form a coalition government without having the need for re-elections. Gains in the equity markets could also be attributed to technical buying with bargain hunting off the back of steep losses in the earlier few days.

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Investor sentiment wasn’t done any favours yesterday as the markets awaited a resolution on Greece elections followed by a rise in Spain credit risk. Equity markets saw broad falls with investors fearing the worse, Gold and Silver slid to 4 months low as the Dollar strengthened against the Euro.

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Valbury Capital Limited has gone live with TraderTools Inc. (TraderTools), which provides Liquidity Management Platform (LMP), the only complete, integrated FX trading platform available on the market.

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It was a risk off day yesterday with concerns from Greece steering major European and US Indexes. The Euro broke below the crucial psychological barrier of 1.30 against the dollar dragging the precious yellow metal down 2.1% with it.

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UK insurer Aviva Plc has come back after a long weekend and is posting good gains as their CEO has quit after several years of share price loss (a 60% fall) and rows over pay.

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Monday saw a rocky start for Europe with euro seeing broad declines against the dollar and market sentiment from Hollande’s victory weighing on the US equity markets. However, the losses were quickly paired with positive manufacturing news coming out of Germany and Warren Buffets comments on the state of the US banks.

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With the amount of varying outcomes this weekend with France, Germany, Italy and Greece all having elections todays numbers from the US seem less influential on the global market as they would have been on a typical month.

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Positive morning results for SocGen has buoyed European stock markets today with Euro Indices up around 1% helping try to fight off the pull downwards generated by an unsure French election and Spain’s problems.

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The world’s two biggest economies, China and the U.S. showed improved manufacturing numbers yesterday, allowing for an ‘overnight’ gain in the Chinese and Taiwanese stock markets.

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With Manchester City beating United yesterday the outlook seems to be almost certain that Man City will win the Premier League this year, much like the way that Spain will almost certainly need European help this summer

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While the actual news that Spain are in trouble is news to no-one today's figures will show how bad their recession is and the resulting market reaction will determine if they need a bailout from the ECB

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Investors have continued to ignore news that we are officially in a double dip recession, partly due to the fact that some sectors have actually been faring quite well

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