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  • Article / Yesterday at 16:55 GMT

    FX Week Ahead: USD needs to step up or risk stalling till year-end

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    FX Week Ahead: USD needs to step up or risk stalling till year-end
    The US dollar struggled in places this past week, most notably against resurgent sterling and oil-linked currencies. Now it's time for the strong USD to step up again for further gains if bulls want to avoid it stalling from now until year-end. We would like to see a broader-based USD rally, especially against the commodity currencies, euro and the Swiss franc in the coming week.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 16:18 GMT

    WCU: Economics trump politics as Opec cuts supply

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    WCU: Economics trump politics as Opec cuts supply
    Opec's agreed 1.2 million barrels/day production cut, supplemented by a 600,000 b/d reduction by non-Opec producers, has likely put a floor under the oil market, potentially around $45/barrel, but if $70/b is the target, the market may well have to wait a long time. Many questions remain, such as how well Opec members will indeed comply with the agreed cuts and how much of the non-Opec cut will really be removed from the market.
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    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    Excelle nt work. Please what day and time is the non opec meeting next week ? thank you
  • Trade view / Yesterday at 14:42 GMT
    Short term

    UPDATE: Closing cash-secured put in Bank of America – #SaxoStrats

    Product Manager Futures and Options / Saxo Bank
    Financial shares, including Bank of America, have extended their three-week bull run which has positively affected our short put. As of last night, the contracts could be bought back for $0.11 with just over 20 days to expiration. As there's little very little time value left in these contracts, we are going to close the position today at the open.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 13:45 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    US jobs report: Uh, what are we supposed to do with that? A very odd jobs report for November from the US, as the (highly statistically managed) nonfarm payrolls change was bang in line at +178k vs. +180k Bloomberg consensus with a minimal -2k in revisions to the previous two months of data. Elsewhere, the Average Hourly Earnings registered a hardly credible -0.1% month-on-month drop, spoiling the recent rise to the highest growth in years. Then again, the headline unemployment rate dropped to 4.6% as the participation rate edged lower while the household survey indicated payrolls growth in line with that for the nonfarm survey.

    All in all, this is a confusing report and the market is also beset with a huge event risk over the weekend in the form of the Italian referendum, so hard to see any dramatic conclusions drawn here for the USD.
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    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    No doubt-good squawk-this is hard to understand what is going on here.
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    Clare MacCarthy Clare MacCarthy
    Might Italian trepidation be holding 'em back?
    fxtime fxtime
    Clare....tut tut....Italian trepidation !!! Every ferrari driver will be horrified to hear them described as such LOL.
    Clare MacCarthy Clare MacCarthy
    fxtime: 'twas actually more the BMW, Ford and Jag drivers I had in mind as worriers ;-)
  • Trade view / Yesterday at 12:11 GMT
    Strategic trade

    Capita collapse overdone, business robust — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Capita shares are down 48% since late September driven by a profit warning, a penalty, and lower visibility. Valuation is at the lowest level in 15 years which is unjustified given the level of ROIC, the robustness of the business and the stability in free cash flow generation.
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    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    Like it Clive... have a good day mate
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    Here we go!
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