Greece on Monday. Price moves and volumes were capped, with the U.S.
Thanksgiving holiday beginning tomorrow meaning that progress on both fronts is likely to be delayed until next week at the earliest."It appears from the price action we've seen early on that we're stuck in a tight range, probably until Monday," said Clive Lambert, technical analyst at FuturesTechs."From a technical point of view, we had a very strong session on Monday, following on from a rejection of the downside on Friday. But the price action of yesterday and today is quite uninspiring, and it doesn't look like we're going to head back up towards 5,900."UK stocks dropped 3 percent last week but their losses were mostly reversed on Monday in the joint biggest single session rise of the year.