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Open 57.14
Day High 57.53
Day Low 56.81
Previous Close 56.81
52-Week High 70.62
52-Week Low 52.38
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    European Shares Fall After Greek Vote

    DJ Business News – 07/06/2015

    Stocks and bonds in Europe fell after Greece's voters set the country on a collision course with the rest of the eurozone, but it wasn't the heavy selloff predicted by many investors. The result of Sunday's referendum appears to push Greece closer to an exit from the currency bloc. But with the Greek government expected to return to the negotiating table for further unpredictable talks, investors shied away from big bets.

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    BULLET: EGB SUMMARY: German government bonds are trading.....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 07/02/2015

    EGB SUMMARY: German government bonds are trading lower into NY open Thursday, with the long-end underperforming amid heavy slew of bond supply and as markets begin to price in a Greek 'Yes' vote at Sunday's referendum. Sep Bund future opened lower, as traders noted GPO poll conducted for BNP Paribas (BNPQF) showed 47.1% planed to vote 'Yes at the Greek referendum compared to 43.2% 'No' vote. That said, volumes were thin as markets await US jobs data - coming a day earlier than normal due to the early Friday close. Bunds attempted to make a recovery in wake of Swedish Riksbank's surprise repo rate cut and extension of QE, but then pressured ahead of Spanish/French Bond supply. Sep Bunds attempted to pare losses following comments from Greek FinMin Varoufakis -- said he would not sign a deal with its creditors "without debt restructuring" and that he would resign if the country voted 'Yes' in Sunday's referendum vote. However, Bunds turned lower once more and hit 5-day lows, albeit in thin volume trading and traded below levels seen before the surprise Greek referendum announcement. Some traders say a 'Yes' vote is beginning to be priced in and risks further unwind of safe-haven buying. The German 10-year Bund 6.6bp higher at 0.878%.

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    European Stocks Surge on Greek Hopes

    DJ Business News – 07/01/2015

    European stocks surged Wednesday on renewed optimism about a possible deal between Greece and its creditors. The Stoxx Europe 600 opened higher and extended gains sharply after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a new proposal for budget cuts and policy overhauls as part of a request for a new bailout. However, the proposal falls short of the demands of his country's creditors, European officials said Wednesday.

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    BNP to Pay Investor Almost $17 Million

    DJ Business News – 07/01/2015

    An arbitration panel ordered the U.S. securities unit of BNP Paribas (BNPQF) to pay an investor couple almost $17 million in compensation for hedge-fund investment losses. Margaret Eringer, a British citizen living in Malta and London, and her American husband James, approached BNP's New York derivative desk in 2007, asking the French bank to invest about $14.3 million of Ms. BNP put the money into an option product that tracked the performance of illiquid and highly leveraged hedge...

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    BULLET: EURO-DOLLAR: ***Traders have struggled to explain....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 06/29/2015

    EURO-DOLLAR: ***Traders have struggled to explain why, despite Greek jitters, the euro, currently at $1.1148 (range $1.0955/$1.1164) is trading near the highs of the day. The move o/n below the psychological $1.1000 mark, to early June lows near $1.0955, prompted some players to go short euro, and the subsequent rally back above $1.1050 (June 5 low acting as a pivot) caused unwinds of these positions. With European stocks under pressure (German DAX off 2.8%), some EUR demand may be driven by FX hedging also, they say. BNP Paribas (BNPQF) strategists James Hellawell and Michael Sneyd note that EURUSD "is trading 1.4 z-scores below its STEER (BNP model)." Earlier, the pair "triggered a bullish signal trading signal" which targets a move "back to its fair value of $1.1380," they say.

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