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Handson Hansen Handson Hansen
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Denmark
559.53 % Return
ZK0217 ZK0217
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Switzerland
431.77 % Return
clovek55 clovek55
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Slovakia
220.50 % Return
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Russian Federation
204.02 % Return
Olegiz Olegiz
CEO / PROJECT MIO
Latvia
201.16 % Return

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  • Article / Yesterday at 7:24 GMT

    FX Update: Markets showing dreaded risk-on, risk-off tendencies

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Update: Markets showing dreaded risk-on, risk-off tendencies
    Risk appetite stabilised to a degree yesterday, but the tension level remains high as Turkey’s situation remains untenable and the market looks ahead through its fingers on the risks of collateral damage from the eventual fallout from a default and/or capital controls. Meanwhile, Italy’s two-year yield closed at a two-month high yesterday.
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  • Article / Monday at 13:14 GMT

    How much damage will Turkey inflict on European banks?

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    How much damage will Turkey inflict on European banks?
    President Erdogan's remarks both last Friday and today have done nothing to rein in the Turkish lira crisis, with USDTRY continuing to flirt with the 7.00-plus area first seen overnight. At this point, the main topic for investors is contagion risk – particularly with regard to the European banking sector.
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  • Article / Friday at 14:40 GMT

    EM FX Weekly: TRYing times

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    EM FX Weekly: TRYing times
    We leave this week with markets in a fragile state linked to the accelerating risk of a Turkish default, both by its banks and possibly even the sovereign eventually after President Erdogan’s defiant speech.
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  • Article / Friday at 11:54 GMT

    WASDE report to guide volatile grain markets

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WASDE report to guide volatile grain markets
    Global wheat prices have jumped during the past couple of months as the outlook for production in Europe, Australia, and the Black Sea region continued to deteriorate. Wheat, corn, and rapeseed production in these major production centers have been hard hit by extreme heat and lack of rain.
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 11:25 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Due to internal misunderstanding: just now became aware that this morning's FX Update didn't make it to this website. Will now squawk out the update in pieces.

    FX Update: NZD plunges on dovish RBNZ. GBP struggles
    RBNZ pushed its dovish guidance out into 2020, a move the market wasn’t expecting, and kiwi plunged to new lows for the cycle. Elsewhere, traders can’t figure out to do with the US dollar, while the Russian ruble was sent into a tailspin on new sanctions threats.
    The big dollar is flopping around with no conviction, perhaps merely owing to the increasingly low volatility summer doldrums in equity and bond markets and the lack of any of the incoming data on tap will do anything to shift expectations for the Fed’s policy trajectory. It’s a long wait for the late September Fed meeting (hike 91% priced anyway there) with the uncertainty premium greater for the December meeting – with another hike only priced at 65% odds. Elsewhere, plenty of volatility in individual currencies:
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    Coco84 Coco84
    Any updates on the new home.saxo insights website? It was supposed to replace tradingfloor at the end of July. I see it's business as usual on tradingfloor...
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    marran marran
    good question Coco84 Saxo what is happening with the new site?
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