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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Commitments of Traders reports covering speculative positions held by funds in commodities, IMM currency, index and bond futures in the week to September 19. Updates to follow on Monday
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  • Squawk / Friday at 21:25 GMT
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    US stocks traded quietly on Friday ending the day – and the week – close to where they started.

    This bull market is the second longest since since WWII (see chart below)

    Bond yields and USDJPY declined a touch (in unison, as usual). USD was on the back foot as traders re-assessed the new “dot plot” for the fed funds rate (see chart). The three rate hikes projected for next year may not happen when President Trump makes new appointments to the Committee.

    Reducing the balance sheet will probably go ahead regardless, but the ECB and Bank of Japan will be filling the gap (see chart).

    Germany and New Zealand go to the polls this weekend. Both will emerge with coalition governments, but New Zealand’s could be left or right wing. As such NZDUSD is likely to trade actively when the local market opens Monday morning. See here https://www.tradingfloor.com/posts/nzdusd-primed-for-big-move-on-election-outcome-8951818
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    1d
    Patto Patto
    Bookmaker odds: National party (current government) $1.80 versus Labour party opposition $1.95
    1d
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    It will be wily old Winston Peters who "Crowns" the Next Government, not Tonight's Election results per se, in all probability!
    13h
    Patto Patto
    You were right Max. The result shows that Winston Peter's NF First party can go with either National or Labour/Greens to form the next government. But National...
  • 1d
    IL IL
    It looks like a crazy ride for euro without any changes in policy. I think all the possible future rate hikes in euro, which will not come...
  • Squawk / Friday at 14:22 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    UK Prime Minister May speech: overall verdict is that we didn't get enough for investors to hang their hats on here. The tone from May was very cooperative and non-threatening, a few steps softer from the previous approach, so this is unlikely to ruffle any EU feathers directly.

    She was perhaps clever in guaranteeing that the UK will pay the EU what it owes during the transition period rather than mentioning a specific figure as this prevents appearing weak or criticism on the home front if that amount is negotiated higher (there was talk of EUR 20 billion on offer in the noise ahead of today, but many see this as unrealistically low). She did mention a two year transition period, but this likely to prove too short.

    All in all - the bottom line is that she is still asking for a very special arrangement from the EU - what will be the price? Market will wait for the EU response and the next round of talks before drawing bigger conclusions.
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    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
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  • 5h
    Morris Morris
    At a glance on Elliott's we could be closer to the end of a 5wave structure from 2009? Looking at the RSI behaviour at current levels would...
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