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  • 4m
    helicongrowth helicongrowth
    usdjpy, equities, gold and finally stocks small, waking up to the risk off implied by the Schatz yield of -093% ie French elections
    3m
    helicongrowth helicongrowth
    Iron ore and Dr Copper getting drilled as well.
  • Article / 2 hours ago

    A rock and a hard place

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    A rock and a hard place
    Today we discuss the most recent monetary policy inferences from the February Federal Open Market Committee meeting minutes and discuss the growing emphasis on the State of the Union Address – not just for the US, but for the global economy and broad financial markets.
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The EIA will release its weekly Petroleum Status Report at 16:00 GMT today. The market has been buoyed today by the API report from last night which showed a surprise oil inventory drop of 0.9M barrels. During the last hour it has received an additional boost from the weaker dollar following comments from new Treasury Sec. Mnuchin. In the unlikely event the EIA also shows a drop (surveys says +3M bbl) it would be the first drop since December. Other data to look out for in the report will be gasoline inventories - hit record last week - and the levels of both import and export of crude oil.
    Crude oil imports is expected to taper off over the coming weeks as the impact of the January reduction in shipments from the Middle East will begin to be felt. On the other hand the market will also pay some attention to export data in trying to gauge whether last weeks 1M b/d reading was a fluke or an accelerating trend of rising exports.
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    22m
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    NatGas continues to recover after inventories fell by 89 bcf last week. Although better than expected it was still well below the 158 bcf average draw...
    5m
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    The US inventory report was a bit mixed but on balance bearish considering the built up expectations ahead of the release. On the positive side we...
  • 1h
    Market Predator Market Predator
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Chief Economist & CIO / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Chance of May hike hitting > 60% - Remember Fed never hiked without chance being >70% !

    There is now some divergence, at least if dynamics driven by inflation expectations - this chart shows 5y5y (proxy for inflation) vs. chance of hike in May... nice correlation until recently - is it the "usual Fed talk" which they can't deliver or is it for real this time?
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Chief Economist & CIO / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    US Dollar looks expensive in present monetary environment - here is chart of Real Rates (leading) DXY Index... DXY is 1.33 Z- score expensive while its "leader" is negative 0.3 (Theory being real rates of US dollar drives value of it..)
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    USD dips post Mnuchin interview. The USD on its back foot after US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin interview, as he makes positive comments on "terrrific" talks with China, avoids comments on their currency policy.

    Most importantly, there was no promises on the border adjustment tax (“looking closely at it” but “sees some issues” – the BAT seen by most as USD bullish so casting doubt sees weaker USD), and while he does talk up significant tax reform – especially for middle class – and a desire to get something done before a Congressional recess - he says it might be late 2018 before 3% growth can be achieved….

    Mnuchin's interview rather important as the market is very curious what President Trump will focus on in a speech before a joint session of Congress next Tue.

    We note a USD pair like AUDUSD in particularly, which is poised near a key breakout point and zone from 0.7732 up to 0.7835.
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    3h
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Gold having another go at $1245 resistance
    2h
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Gold pops higher and taking a look at $1249, the 50% retracement of the July to December sell-off
  • 4h
    FBT431 FBT431
    Thanks for report! Good approach to working with customers, mr. Georgio!
  • 5h
    sairam sairam
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    3h
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    2h
    sairam sairam
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