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The euro soars on subtle hawkish tone from European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, but the question is if the rally has been too sharp? John Hardy, head of FX strategy at Saxo Bank, takes an in-depth look at Draghi's rhetoric and evaluates what effect it has on major forex crosses.

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  • Article / Yesterday at 14:50 GMT

    FX Board: Carney trumps Draghi as sterling storms back

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Board: Carney trumps Draghi as sterling storms back
    The euro had broken higher in all of the major pairs this morning before a European Central Bank source spoiled the party by maintaining that the market misinterpreted ECB president Mario Draghi's "balanced" comments. The euro then mounted a comeback attempt as the Bank of England's governor Mark Carney suddenly waxed hawkish, sending sterling vaulting higher across the board.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 13:44 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Carney and ECB commnts roiling EURGBP. First we had the ECB going to the trouble to disapprove of the market's reaction to Draghi's "balanced" rhetoric, pushing the euro rally back sharply earlier today. And now we have the BoE's Carney out changing his always dovish tone on rate hikes with rhetoric suggesting that limited gradual rate changes are possible if growth/inflation trade-off recedes. This is strongly supportive of sterling as UK short rates advance sharply another several basis points and EURGBP gets crushed back into the range. This puts a pretty solid cap in place in EURGBP from a fundamental rate-spread perspective.
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    9h
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Communication of BoE members including Governor is real tragedy! :))
    Thanks John, for this summary.
    9h
    PredatorFX PredatorFX
    A classic example of buy on rumor sell the news, is gradually unfolding. fingers crossed
  • 6h
    Morris Morris
    Elliot long term we could be @ wave 4 up thus mid term bull. Short term bear a shooting star at the top of the price move...
  • 9h
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    US production rose 429,000 b/d during Q1 but with just one week left of the current quarter the rise in production has slowed to just 50,000 b/d...
    9h
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Special factors played its part in the production slump last week. Hurricane Cindy triggered reduced off-shore production. But overall we are seeing a trend of declining production...
    6h
    Vladimir M Vladimir M
    just in 1988 was this case (summer -winter price)
  • Video / Yesterday at 11:19 GMT

    Has the euro rallied too high? — #SaxoStrats

    John J Hardy
    The euro soars on subtle hawkish tone from European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, but the question is if the rally has been too sharp? John Hardy, head of FX strategy at Saxo Bank, takes an in-depth look at Draghi's rhetoric and evaluates what effect it has on major forex crosses.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 10:00 GMT

    Weekly Bond Update: Italy's bank rescue cements financial moral hazard

    Fixed Income trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Weekly Bond Update: Italy's bank rescue cements financial moral hazard
    It's been almost nine years since the Global Financial Crisis erupted and forever changed the financial world as we know it. The latest bank casualties of the crisis were found just this week in Italy, where a government rescue plan protects all senior bondholders as well as some subordinated bondholders from losses against the European Commission's lofty ambitions to make bond investors, too, pay for bailouts.
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