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  • $NZDUSD declined more than 0.3% after ANZ cut its forecast for Fonterra's 2015-16 Dairy Prices and predicted #RBNZ will cut its cash rate.
  • $FTSE 100: Rallies Viewed as Shorting Opportunities http://t.co/2geyzlttaQ
  • ANZ cuts forecast for Fonterra 2015-16 payout to NZ$4.50/kg, says RBNZ will cut cash rate to 2.5%.
  • $USD made it back through initial resistance with 11924/35 resistance range in focus going into NFPs, says @MBForex - http://t.co/tpz5iTbewi
  • Daily pivot point supp/resistance $AUDUSD - S3: 0.7474 S2: 0.7574, S1: 0.7609, R1: 0.7709, R2: 0.7774, R3: 0.7874
  • SB Swing Update https://t.co/UJXSTp4ThS
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  • Standard & Poors expects a Fed rate hike in September. Year-end range of 0.5%-0.75%. Risk of US ression in 12 months between 10-15%
  • $EUR, $NZD, and $CHF are expected to be the most active majors vs $USD with 1W implied volatility at 15.68, 14.10, and 13.48 respectively.
  • RT @tsipras_eu: My msg to the Greek people: Strengthen our negotiating efforts w/your support, say NO http://t.co/PmppQNgDyb #OXI http://t.…
  • Today's Strategy Video: Will the Market Move on NFPs with Liquidity, Greece Hanging Over It? http://t.co/YmMD71C3ff
  • $NZDUSD remains at risk for a further decline as price & RSI retain the bearish formations, says @DavidJSong - http://t.co/Ft5YM4zVuc
  • Strategy Video: Will the Market Move on NFPs with Liquidity, Greece Hanging Over It? http://t.co/GafDfHnlAu
  • Daily pivot point supp/resistance $NZDUSD - S3: 0.6596 S2: 0.6677, S1: 0.6706, R1: 0.6787, R2: 0.6839, R3: 0.6920
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  • Risk appetite and its barometers (like the $SPX) generate much of their volatility through the NFPs surprise: http://t.co/5ol33XDZZJ
  • The level of surprise in the jobless rate tends to carry more influence for the $USDollar: http://t.co/9lKW1il2xk
  • In timing the first rate hike, remember that the Fed follows a dual mandate - healthy inflation and low unemployment http://t.co/chsKv4U793
  • Key Levels to Know on USD Majors Heading into NFPs and July Trade - http://t.co/T4PmvyNSY6
  • Greece Maintains Referendum Will Be Held; Eurozone Awaits Vote - http://t.co/wLel5FwMks
  • Key Levels to Know on USD Majors Heading into NFPs and July Trade - http://t.co/U8OplCC2Wh
  • Moody's cut Greece rating to Caa3 from Caa2, Greek private sector deposits down to 44B Euros since November
  • Moody's cuts Greece's debt to Caa3 and says on review. May be cut further
  • IMF Chief Lagarde: Preference is for Greece to reform before debt relief
  • ENERGY: NYMEX WTI Crude 56.95 (-4.24%); ICE Brent Crude 62.09 (-2.36%); NYMEX Nat Gas 2.775 (-2.01%). [delayed]
  • Greek "Yes" has 47.1% support, "No" 43.2%: GPO poll in EURO2DAY.
  • US Equities Close: DJIA 17760.98 (+0.80%); S&P500 2077.76 (+0.71%); NASDAQ 5013.124 (+0.53%). [Unofficial]
  • Financial media coverage of 'Greece' hits a record high. Compare coverage and $EURUSD implied vol to 2010-2012: http://t.co/j20QBPrMuS
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  • Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem tells Tsipras too soon to consider new bailout ask.
  • METALS: Gold 1167.99 (-0.37%); Silver 15.575 (-1.02%); Platinum 1084.35 (+0.50%); Palladium 699.6 (+3.57%). [delayed]
  • Perhaps I spoke to soon about Greek CDS being fully broken after the restructuring. Jumped 366% yesterday: http://t.co/tOgY8x6zPw
  • GBPUSD Inside Bar Breakout - http://t.co/VY24SOXG0R
  • This $GBPUSD technical picture looks constructive. Yet, NFPs threaten to shake it up. A call for Thursday perhaps http://t.co/ojGtGyElsQ
  • ECB said to take no decision on Greek collateral haircut.
  • #Crude Daily- Updated Levels http://t.co/cH2CjaizTe
  • Greek official says ECB stands ready to review ELA when needed.
  • ECB said to keep Greek ELA unchanged.
  • ECB announces it has kept Greece's access to the ELA liquidity line unchanged. Bad as banks still closed, good as it isn't furthering crisis
  • Morning-Brief: EURUSD Is Sluggish But Could APD And ISM End This? #DAX #SPX #Silver #EURGBP http://t.co/lrgvKjzup6
  • ENERGY: NYMEX WTI Crude 56.85 (-4.41%); ICE Brent Crude 61.92 (-2.63%); NYMEX Nat Gas 2.767 (-2.30%). [delayed]
  • Either Dijsselbloem saying sorry is his playing Greece's game or he thinks the situation isn't going to be fixed
  • RT @yanisvaroufakis: Why we recommend a NO for the referendum - in 6 short bullet points http://t.co/7OtILGeSvz
  • Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem: He's very sorry about Greece situation; he fully supports the Greek people.
  • Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem: Will wait for outcome of Greek referendum.
  • Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem sees no grounds for further Greece talks.
  • Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem: Greek govt amended proposal from creditors; Eurogroup took note of Greek proposals.
  • Estonia FM Sester expects Eurogroup meeting next week; Greek measures are controversial.
  • Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem: Greek political grounds hasn't changed; old Greek aid program expired last night.
  • Estonia FM Sester: Too early to talk of new Greek aid deal; Greece must follow rules to obtain aid.
  • Gold is working its way towards a break. Greece proving an ineffective bull charge. If USD takes it, likely bearish http://t.co/zZ2yQlMjqa
  • Finland's FM Stubb: Tsipras speech didn't boost confidence in Greece; Greece needs realistic plan to save its economy.
  • Finland's FM Stubb: EU needs to see vote result before more Greece talks.
  • RT @SpiegelPeter: The #IMF has helpfully put out a FAQ on #Greece's non-payment: http://t.co/FsfzUsb7VF
  • SSI: Crowds Buying into $EUR Decline via @DRodriguezFX - http://t.co/RkKdNy2aAZ http://t.co/g15avOfpGc
  • It's US Friday liquidity drain and nervous anticipation around Greece vs Thursday NFPs and shaken risk markets moving forward
  • Global Bonds (10Y, Govt): Japan 0.472%; Germany 0.811%; France 1.240%; Canada 1.681%; UK 2.104%; US 2.417%; Australia 3.004%. [delayed]
  • ....not fully understanding what a 'No' and 'Yes' vote will entail - not even the govt knows - will decide the bulk of this outcome
  • Billing the 'No' vote first in the Greek referendum ballot is probably going to generate a not-insignificant support just due position...
  • IMF says its members won't suffer losses if Greece fails to pay
  • IMF says it can meet potential financing needs of other members
  • IMF: Other creditors determine implication of Greek arrears
  • IMF: It will continue annual economic assessment for Greece; it reiterates its longstanding policy isn't to extend payments.
  • IMF: Its priority remains helping the Greek people.
  • EU Equities Close: FTSE100 6608.59 (+1.34%); CAC40 4883.19 (+1.94%); DAX 11180.5 (+2.15%). [unofficial]
  • USOil ($CL_F) dropping below its range support after the US inventory bump and news of a 3yr high in OPEC supply: http://t.co/80f12XILKS
  • NZD/USD Downside Targets Remain Favored on Bearish Formation - http://t.co/KiCe3rZcZC
  • Forex: NZD/USD Downside Targets Remain Favored on Bearish Formation: http://t.co/bLfeIvIxJg via @YouTube
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  • EUR Eurogroup's Dijsselbloem: Eurogroup call on Greece just ended.
  • GBP BoE's Carney: BoE conscious of spillover risks from Greece.
  • The DailyFX SSI reveals 67% of FXCM $AUDUSD retail traders long this pair. Learn more on trader sentiment at http://t.co/QYQ126La4j
  • US Equities: DJIA 17729.29 (+0.62%); S&P500 2074.51 (+0.55%); NASDAQ 5011.766 (+0.50%). [delayed]
  • $AUDUSD Morning Breakout http://t.co/cPnE99shui via @DailyFX
  • EUR EU's Tusk: Europe wants to help Greece; "let's wait for the results of the Greek referendum".
  • Greek govt: Has never proposed cuts in defense spending.
  • Video: London Session Review July 1 – 2015 http://t.co/CfsRWTwhA9
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  • $Nikkei (JPN225) Holds June Low, Coiling For Fresh Highs?: http://t.co/qie4xDPLve
  • Video: London Session Review July 1 – 2015 http://t.co/AgvKdvE0oL
  • Gold Update: $XAUUSD treading near key support, a break below puts March low at risk… http://t.co/WhrmSK0tpQ
  • CFD: Nikkei (JPN225) Holds June Low- Coiling For Fresh Highs?: http://t.co/R9B4EXBlYY via @YouTube
  • EU Equities: FTSE100 6604.32 (+1.28%); CAC40 4879.97 (+1.87%); DAX 11171.57 (+2.07%). [delayed]
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  • Italian PM Renzi: Some Greek issues are not key for Europe's outlook.
  • German Chancellor Merkel: Greece needs to hold referendum first; no new situation on Greece as far as she's aware.
  • Italian PM Renzi: Unthinkable Italy, other govts fund Greek pensions; we can't afford Greek shipbuilders don't pay taxes.
  • Italian PM Renzi: Greek referendum is a mistake; he respects Greek people's will.
  • German Chancellor Merkel: She, Renzi agree door open to Greece talks; Greece needs to carry out comprehensive reforms.
  • Greek PM Tsipras: Greek deposits, pensions, wages won't be lost; will find immediate solution after referendum.
  • $GBPJPY not looking very healthy after trend-line break - triangulating towards a move, likely lower http://t.co/QWRhlQZokF
  • Euro Cross-rates Update: In a Holding Pattern Until Greek Resolution http://t.co/yxwGxnfWhJ
  • Greek PM Tsipras: Difficulties for Greek people will be temporary; has no intention to lead Greece out of Euro area.
  • Greek PM Tsipras calls for "No" vote in July 5 referendum.
  • Greek PM Tsipras: No vote is decisive step toward better deal; no vote is a rapture with Europe.
  • Greek PM Tsipras: Govt fighting to protect people's pensions.
  • Greek PM Tsipras: Europe should give time and space to Greeks; creditors shifted blackmail from govt to citizens.
  • USD DOE U.S. Crude Oil Inventories (JUN 26): 2386K actual vs -2500K estimate, -4934K prior.
  • Greek PM Tsipras: Greece received better proposals for debt after referendum call.

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