Daily Market Review 18 of May
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced yesterday that they will for the time being discontinue providing support to some Greek banks on the way to limit its risk possibilities. In the results the European stocks are turned down for a fourth consecutive day and rumor rising says that Spanish banks might have their credit ratings cuts following today. The Greece’s credit ranking was demoted by single rank on unease that the Greece won’t be capable to gather together the political support required to maintain its relationships in the euro area; Greece was taken down to CCC from B, The supporting chaos has reignited worries in the country will break a promise on assurance to slash expenditure as essential with the two separate bailout deal valued of 240 billion Euros ($305 billion). This may perhaps go further on to financial support being cut off as well as it also have increase the vision of the country exiting the euro. Whereas Spain’s borrowing expenditure get higher at the auction, making stronger anxiety that the euro area’s economic woe are thinning out from Greece. Europe’s collective exchange continues to be lower not in favor of the majority of its foremost equivalents.

EUR/USD

The Pair is currently trading at 1.2656; the pairs ongoing lower on basics it stays below key support of 1.2755, among a secure lower leading toward intensified losses for the particular currency. Any close to term retracement is expected to be minimizing as a result of resistance at 1.2910. The Support levels are at 1.2663, 1.2626, 1.2587 and the Resistance levels are at 1.2704, 1.2732, 1.2765