Update 1: and here comes the revision:
- G20 SOURCES SAY CENTRAL BANKS PREPARING FOR COORDINATED ACTION AFTER THE GREEK ELECTIONS IF NEEDED
So... if Syriza wins, and Greece leave the Eurozone, there will be a response? Unpossible.
- EUROZONE MINISTERS TO HOLD CONFERENCE ON SUNDAY TO DISCUSS OUTCOME OF GREEK ELECTIONS
LOL, in other words:
- STUFF MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN DEPENDING ON WHAT MAY HAPPEN.
What a joke
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And the mother of all rumors strikes:
- G20 SOURCES SAY CENTRAL BANKS PREPARING FOR COORDINATED ACTION AFTER THE GREEK ELECTIONS
One small problem. Central banks NEVER indicate in advance what they will do. This is merely a desperation attempt to ramp markets into the close, and sucker even more retail into stocks ahead of Sunday. Now we wait for the denial because otherwise some pathetic G-20 leak just made central banks everywhere irrelevant and obsolete: remember what happened to Jamie Dimon when in March he front-ran the Fed...