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With interest rates unable to go lower, monetary policy makers have run out of room to fight the next crisis. Talk of a deal that may be reached this week has me skeptical even with fears of runs on the Greece banks and individuals only allowed to pull out 60 Euros a day from ATM [...]

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With a week of nervous investors cautious to make any move ahead of Consumer Sentiment and another “make it or break it” meeting on Greece over the weekend. If this last-ditch effort is not finalized Saturday to avert a default next week, there will be turmoil in the Eurozone financial markets that will spill over [...]

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After no result with the meeting with Putin and coming back to the table for a last-ditch effort to reach a deal on what Greece must do in return for funding from its existing 245 billion euro bailout plan, without which Athens could default and lead to a messy exit from the euro. The cracks [...]

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Greece’s creditors were scrutinizing the country’s fiscal promises on Tuesday ahead of the crucial meeting of Eurozone finance ministers on Wednesday that could determine if Greece clinches a last-minute bailout financing before the end of June. This information was provided by Fox Business. In the overnight electronic session the Grain Complex is mostly trading higher [...]

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Nothing was set in stone but an agreement in principle with Greece and traders are hoping that a deal may be hammered out with creditors today. In the overnight electronic session the July Corn is currently trading at 351 ¾ which is 1 ½ of a cent lower. The trading range has been 352 ¾ [...]

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We head into this weekend hoping this Greek Tragedy will have some concessions and the power brokers stop hurling insults and put an agreement in place so the Free Markets will trade without concerns of the collapse of European Union. In the overnight electronic session the July Corn is currently trading at 355 ¼ which [...]

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After dovish tones from the FOMC Janet Yellen changed our focus away from the Greece crisis that has cast a pall on the markets the past week or so. This morning we will be busy at 7:30 A.M. with data being released with CPI, Export Sales, Initial Jobless Claims and Real Earnings. At 9:30 we [...]

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As the Greece crisis is yet to meet another proposed deadline and this affecting a non-affiliated member of the currency. Great Britain is jockeying itself against the Greek crisis and showing their fears of the impact on businesses, banks, financial sector and tourism if there is no resolution. Sounds exactly what the U.S. markets have [...]

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The Liberty Bell ring of Freedom is dissolving in front of our eyes. The markets are reeling if Greece leaves the Euro-zone or stays in the Euro. Headline after headline and would of, could of and should of has traders and producers alike on edge. In the overnight electronic session the July Corn is currently [...]

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Hoping to have a solution by this Monday morning the can gets kicked down the road again. It was predicted to me by a trusted advisor in the early 1990’s that the Euro-Currency was doomed to fail from the beginning. And in the Euro’s infant stage my advisor seems to be more of a prophet. [...]

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Angela Merkel wanted to get a deal done with Greece so bad she really went to the forefront and lobbied to make it happen so there would be no default. And as of Wednesday night it looked like the framework was in place for all to agree upon. Unfortunately, the IMF walked out of the [...]

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The big story is the U.S. has taken the reigns from Russia as the top Oil and Natural Gas producer in the world. The number of rigs drilling in shale fields are down significantly from October but the revolution is far from over. In the overnight electronic session the July Crude Oil is currently trading [...]

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