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davidseibert davidseibert
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Czech Republic
421.49 % Return
jimmys jimmys
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Italy
412.81 % Return
Hrnielsen Hrnielsen
Manager / DK
Denmark
334.44 % Return
Mercataurus Mercataurus
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Austria
279.66 % Return
clovek55 clovek55
CEO / Promiseo
Slovakia
237.96 % Return

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  • 3h
    Market Predator Market Predator
    All correct, thanks Ole. I'm looking forward to hear from you in August again.
  • Squawk / 12 hours ago
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    ECB President Draghi: out sounding a bit more hawkish than we are accustomed to as he speaks at an ECB Forum in Portugal this morning. His speech sounds optimistic even as he claims that inflation is not durable and self-sustaining. Still, on inflation, it does sound like he wants to look through the factors that are currently keeping inflation low, calling them temporary and says that deflationary forces are replaced by reflationary ones. Policy hints are few and cautious.

    EURUSD up to a nine-day high on this near 1.1240 at one point, though 1.1300+ needed for a proper break higher in this very low volatility environment. Later, we have two FOMC voters (Harker and Kashkari) speaking and Fed Chair Yellen herself speaking in London at 1700 GMT.
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    7h
    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    By far largest reaction today has been in EURJPY which has pulled to a new high for the cycle well above 126.00.
  • Video / 13 hours ago

    Oil poised to rise: O'Hare

    Steve O'Hare - First 4 Trading
    Steve O’Hare, of First4Trading.net, explains in a technical analysis of charts why he is trading WTI crude oil (US August ’17). O'Hare plans to set longs at current levels and on a dip towards $43/barrel. He will set a stop at $42/b and his targets are $45/b and $45.83/b.
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  • Squawk / 14 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    US crops rated good to excellent last week showed another decline in spring wheat to 40%, the lowest reading for this week since 1988. Corn was unchanged at 67 while soybeans dropped 1% to 66% against an expected rise. Cotton meanwhile dropped to 46% from 50% but stays above the 5-year average.
    All crops trading a tad higher this morning with wheat potentially the best supported following a near 50% correction of the June rally from $4.6 to $5.1
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  • 10h
    PredatorFX PredatorFX
    The momentum build up on the daily chart still persists nontheless. I think the daily 50 SMA is a possible target, however a divergent on the 4...
    10h
    PredatorFX PredatorFX
    upside incursion i mean to say
    6h
    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    Oh dear - I was right about sterling (broadly speaking), but Draghi comes out and inspires an enormous rout in bonds that sends the JPY spiraling lower.......
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