Staring at the wires, waiting for headlines on Cyprus

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That has been the name of the game this week.

Author: Adam Button

Adam Button is the managing editor of ForexLiveâ„¢. He was previously the chief currency strategist at XForex and has also worked with Intermarket Strategy. Adam believes there's an edge in knowing every tidbit of news. He was formerly the head of the markets team at the Canadian Economic Press and is a graduate of Ryerson University. Adam lives in Montreal, follow him on Twitter: @FX_Button.

11 Comments

  1. Hi Adam – where do you look for the news? – I mean any special source i,e website where there is real time info.

    it’d be of great help if you can share that :)

  2. Them not being able to get a solution before close tells me more than if they had of.

  3. I have all the paid newswires but something like that would cost around $5000/month. You can get it here at forexlive as fast as anywhere that’s free.

  4. Since your post about CYBC, i am continuously staring at EUR chart & with every single pip move in EUR/USD i am rushing to forexlive to check for any updates about the deal. Damn! this never ending waiting making me sick.

  5. Adam you people are really doing a great job…..thanx for ur help…)

  6. Adam,
    what a heart touchable matter………………what a news …………….what a news …………….what a news……….

  7. Thanks Adam for your response…you are doing great job.

    Cheers :)

  8. Adam, I would be interested to know what your $5k a month newswires are saying about the fire that seems to have just been lit under wti crude.

  9. Adam, have u ever given a thought of scripting a sci-fi thriller?? :)

  10. Adam love the song selection. Brings me back to middle school lol

    Euro might correct to 1.3100 on solid Cyprus news but I don’t see it going further than that.

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