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Jun 17, 2012

ICE Futures U.S.: Weekly Analysis of US Equity and Currency Markets.


Nick McDonald of Trade With Precision presents a concise technical analysis of these markets for the week ahead, using the Russell 2000® index and the ICE US Dollar Index® as pivotal focuses.
The weekly outlooks are available every Sunday evening by 8 p.m. ET.  You can visit theice.com/icecommentary at your convenience—the weekly video commentaries remain on the website until new commentaries are posted.

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NYT Global Update: China Closes Window on Economic Debate, Protecting Dominance of State

Global Update




TOP NEWS

Greek Election Favors Pro-Bailout Party

By RACHEL DONADIO
Official projections showed the conservative New Democracy party coming in first, giving it the chance to form a coalition in support of the existing deal with European lenders.

China Closes Window on Economic Debate, Protecting Dominance of State

By IAN JOHNSON
Fewer prominent voices are able to make the case for a systemic overhaul that would encourage private enterprise and foster a shift toward a more consumer-driven economy.

Cocaine Incorporated

By PATRICK RADDEN KEEFE
How the world's most powerful drug traffickers run their billion-dollar business.
World

Video: Back to the Ballot Box in Egypt

As Egyptians went to the polls in low numbers on the second day of voting, worries about the next president remained.
Opinion

Opinion

Buddhists' Delight

By JAMES ATLAS
'Newddhists' - Westerners hungering for balance, harmony and a taste of the spiritual - embrace Buddhism.
WORLD

European Leaders to Present Plan to Quell the Crisis Quickly

By JACK EWING
The plan will include measures to prevent bank runs and push for the repeal of regulations that hinder competition, keep young people out of the work force or make it difficult to start businesses.

With Revolution's Fate at Stake, Egypt Votes on President

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and KAREEM FAHIM
Turnout in the early hours was moderate in the race, which pits a former prime minister of Hosni Mubarak against a Muslim Brotherhood candidate.

U.N. Suspends Syria Mission, Citing Increase in Violence

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and DAVID E. SANGER
The United Nations' decision to pause observers' work was the most severe blow yet to a wobbly peace plan world powers had seen as the best chance to solve Syria's deadly conflict.
BUSINESS

Troubled Greek Economy Is Being Left to Fend for Itself

By LIZ ALDERMAN
International businesses and investors are retreating because of the prospect of a devalued currency and because consumption has plunged.

In Euro Crisis, Obama Looks to Merkel

By MARK LANDLER and NICHOLAS KULISH
A collapse of the euro could derail America's fragile recovery and doom Mr. Obama's re-election hopes. He may be running out of time to sway the German chancellor.
DealBook

Banks' Fire Drill for Greece Election

By PETER EAVIS
After being largely unprepared for the extreme stress of the 2008 crisis, big banks in the United States are determined to be ready this time.
TECHNOLOGY

You for Sale: Mapping, and Sharing, the Consumer Genome

By NATASHA SINGER
Few consumers may have heard of Acxiom, a database marketer. But it has amassed the world's largest commercial data trove about them, analysts say.

Microsoft Is Expected to Introduce a Tablet

By NICK WINGFIELD
The device, running a new version of the Windows operating system, would be the first computer of the company's own design, and would be aimed squarely at Apple's iPad.

Internet Unshackled, Burmese Aim Venom at Ethnic Minority

By THOMAS FULLER
As more than two dozen people have died in clashes between Rohingyas and Buddhist villagers, commenters have expressed their grievances online.
SPORTS

For Poland, Much Passion but Little Ability

By ROB HUGHES
Poland's party is not over, because the Polish people have no intention of letting go of their first experience being at the center of sports in Europe.

Northern Teams Fall Short Again on Southern Tour

By EMMA STONEY
Ireland and Wales succumbed to last-minute heroics by New Zealand and Australia, and South Africa held off an England comeback.

I.O.C. Investigating Olympic Ticket Sales

By MARY PILON
Officials are looking into a report that officials violated International Olympic Committee rules surrounding ticket sales to the London Games.
U.S. NEWS

Honey, the Baby Is Coming; Quick, Call the Photographer

By ELISSA GOOTMAN
Birth photography is a small but growing profession chronicling a rite of passage no less significant than a wedding, though trickier to capture on film.

Meet Your Cousin, the First Lady: A Family Story, Long Hidden

By RACHEL L. SWARNS
Research into Michelle Obama's white relatives underscores the history of racial intermingling that binds countless American families decades after the Civil War.

New G.O.P. Help From Casino Mogul

By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE
Sheldon Adelson committed at least $10 million more to conservative groups aiming to defeat President Obama and elect Republicans to Congress.
OPINION
Op-Ed Contributor

Realigning the Reset

By DMITRI TRENIN
Obama and Putin have a lot to talk about when they finally meet face to face in Mexico this week.
Op-Ed Contributor

What Rio Can Do

By THOMAS LOVEJOY
Rio+20 will not solve the problems of sustainable development, but it can make a serious start.
Op-Ed Columnist

First Tahrir Square, Then the Classroom

By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
An education revolution may be the next step to empowering the youth of the Arab world.

BBC Breaking News: Greek vote 'too close to call'

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  Breaking News  

Greek vote 'too close to call'

No party has won enough seats for a majority in Greece's new parliament, exit polls say, raising the prospect of new political deadlock.

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