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D&D Note (6-18-2012) ~ Greece Votes Pro-Bailout, But Spanish Yields Rise Above 7%

D&D Note (6-18-2012) The Greek’s voted for the pro-bailout party eliminating the worse case scenario. However, now the New Democracy party needs to form a coalition, most likely with the Pasok party. If a coalition can’t be formed the country will be forced to have a third election. Not to mention that Greece will run … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-15-2012) ~ Hope Fuels Market Gains Ahead of Greek Elections

D&D Note (6-15-2012) Investors bid up equities today before the Greeks head to the polls to elect a new government. Yesterday we had the markets gain on hope of Central Bank stimulus. The question now is have the markets once again got ahead of themselves. Even if the Greeks vote for a pro-bailout government, there … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-12-2012) ~ Volatility Swings The Markets Back Into The Green

D&D Note (6-12-2012) Today’s market action was a relief rally after yesterdays extreme sell-off. Expect to see further volatility like we’ve seen the last few trading days until a real solution to the Euro Crisis is implemented. Until Greece votes this Sunday markets will remain in extreme uncertainty trading off every new headline that comes … Continue reading

D&D Note (6-11-2012) ~ Spanish Bailout Rally Fizzles And Apple Falls After Developers Conference

D&D Note (6-11-2012) Buy the rumor sell the news. Last night the DOW futures were up 150 points after Spain received money to sure up their banking system over the weekend, but by the end of the trading day today the DOW was down 143 points. Apple (AAPL) was one of the bright spots today … Continue reading

D&D Note (5-7-2012) ~ Markets Claw Back After Euro Elections

D&D Note (5-7-2012) France now has a new President in Socialist Francois Hollande after he defeated incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy. In Greece elections left no party with a majority putting into question the austerity measures put in place for the country. There were seven new Greek parties voted into parliament including communists and neo-nazis (a bit … Continue reading