Jul 06, 2015

Today's Market Outlook - Action Forex

Today's Market Outlook The Euro gapped lower at the beginning of the week, on expected action on Greek’s ‘No’ vote on Sunday. The single currency remains under pressure after today’s 110-pips gap, however, last Monday’s low at 1.0952 remains intact for now, as fresh Asian low was posted at 1.0967, on repeated probe below daily Ichimoku cloud base at 1.0992 that still acts as good support...

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