Jun 29


  • BY: Nati
  • June, 29th, 2015 9:40 +00:00

Good morning,

Asian markets have opened in the red this session. The Nikkei opened close to 3% lower. Japanese Retail Trade and Industrial Production figures were released over the weekend. GBPJPY trading at 193.19 while USDJPY trades at 123.07 Later on we will see New Zealand will announce Building Permits figures for May while Australia will publish their New Home Sales figures. AUDNZD was trading at 1.1202

The NIKKEI closed at 20109.95 dropping 596.20 points; minus 2.88%

In Europe the Greek situation led to the Euro opening lower when trading started this week. Greece's banks will remain closed all week, as will the Greek Stock Exchange. Capital controls in place, and ATM withdrawals are limited to 60 euro per day. EURUSD trading at 1.1095 British Mortgage Approvals figures for May missed expectations. Euro Zone Consumer Confidence are due out this session. German figures today will include the Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices and the Consumer Price Index.

The FTSE100 was trading at  6650.43 down 103.27 points or minus 1.53% while the DAX was trading at 11151.76 down 340.67 points or minus 2.96%

In the US today we will see Pending Home Sales figures and the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Business Index for June. Canada will announce their Industrial Product Price and their Raw Material Price Index for May. USDCAD was trading at 1.2343 while $58.40 is the price for a barrel of USOIL this session.

The DOW closed at 17946.68 on Friday.

Hope you all have a nice week.