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European Market Outlook
By Eurex   
May 15, 2015

FOREX: A morning of mild US dollar gains in the Asia-Pacific today ahead of the weekend, in part due to the Australian dollar giving back a portion of its recent strength. Aussie-dollar was driven down by a stop-powered slide below $0.8050 to trade a low of $0.8043.

Key Levels Being Tested in Multiple Markets
By Anna Coulling   
May 14, 2015

From a technical perspective, Tuesday was another important one for the US dollar index on the daily chart, with the currency of first reserve weakening further against the four principle currencies of the GBP/AUD/EUR and JPY and closing with a wide spread down candle and testing the strong platform of support in the 11,750 region.

Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
May 14, 2015

Today's recap video takes a look at the major markets, staring with the Crude Oil market. Crude Oil has been streaming higher lately, but this type of action does not appear to have anything backing it. The sell off over the past few days is more of what we expect and Crude could be continuing lower with the decrease in strength of the US Dollar.

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What to do Next in the Bond Market
By Hubert Senters   
May 13, 2015

In today's video, we will take a look at the bond markets. Starting with the Euro Bund, we can see that sellers have come into the market, pushing us below the cloud. Will this selling pressure continue or could buyers step into the market and slow the downward pressure that we are currently seeing.

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The Rooster Call: Recovery in US Bonds
By Martin Rimes   
May 13, 2015

Greece in the news as word emerges this week's payment made to the IMF was with IMF reserve funds. Desperation is taking hold when such games are played knowing no one can keep a secret. So Greece is burning up cash and credibility. Spanish newspaper, El Mundo states the IMF will not participate in a renewed Greek bail out.

Fading Gaps After Two Days of an Unfilled Up Gap
By Scott Andrews   
May 12, 2015

In yesterday's action, the ES market failed for the 2nd day in a row to fill the up gap that we had seen over the weekend. Let's take a historical look at what the market tends to do when we have a two day unfilled upgap from the previous weekend. Is the market more likely to continue back down to fill or do we extend to a 3rd day?

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