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A baby bounce for the early openers: Kiwis -0.1%, Aussies +0.3%, Japan +0.9% and Sth Korea -0.2%.

In Aussie sectors, Healthcare with a rocket, +5.4% down to Gold -2.1%.

 

 

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All Ords clung to a minor gain of +0.2% with sectors ranging from Healthcare +6.5%, Utilities +0.6% down to Gold -1.9% and REITS -1.2%.

Over in Asia, China -0.4%, Hong Kong -0.2%, Japan +0.9%, India currently +0.2%.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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It's very weird to watch the first hour and 15 minutes of New York trading and it's 5:45 PM here. 

 

Interestingly, Greeks have a later day. They start later and end later. You get up whenever, Lunch is 3:30 - 4 PM. I went to get a souvlaki sandwich  (€2.20) at 3:45 PM. Upscale bar around the corner was busy. Dinner is around 9-10 PM. Bedtime 1-2 AM. 

 

In this neighborhood, Kolonaki, people are well to do. But we saw some amazing urban devastation on the way into town. Empty shell buildings covered with graffiti everywhere 

 

Athens is a sprawling, modern city, lacking the charm of other European cities I have visited. However, the direct views of the Acropolis and surrounding mountains from our apartment are gorgeous. Looking forward to exploring the sights. 

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Naturally because we're in Greece we went to the sushi bar up the block for dinner. Went at 8:00PM. It was half full. By 9:00 when we left, the place was packed with young people. 

 

I had a 16 piece sushi sampler. 

 

Cost: €9.00

 

Tonight we got 5 bags of groceries that would have cost about $100 at home, for €51

 

Either the Greeks aren't making any money (probable) or in the US we're getting ripped off (also probable).

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With tomorrow being Naughoration Day, now that they've just about hit the low end of the 2 week range, what do you think will happen? 

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With tomorrow being Naughoration Day, now that they've just about hit the low end of the 2 week range, what do you think will happen? 

 

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but one big party of course..........

 

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3 guys with goggles do not make a minyan. However, if there are 10 of them, that would work. 

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3 guys with goggles do not make a minyan. However, if there are 10 of them, that would work. 

 

3 guys.............more like 3

 

BANANAS

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