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  • Trade view / 5 hours ago
    Medium term

    Copper looks ripe for a correction — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Industrial metals have surged higher during the past month with speculation as the key driver. Renewed attempts by Chinese exchanges to curb speculation may help reverse some of the gains and the combination of record bullish bets and negative divergence puts HG copper at risk of a correction.
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    ozgur hatipoglu ozgur hatipoglu
    Hi Ole, any ideas on zinc price?
    rananb rananb
    Hi Mr Hansen, any updates on Silver?Thank you
  • Squawk / 6 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Crude oil trading weaker but still within the range that has been established during the past week. Following the Libya production on and then off news yesterday the market awaits the 'Weekly Petroleum Status Report' from the EIA at 1430 GMT. Another reduction in crude oil stocks has been off-set by expectations of rising fuel stocks.
    Other numbers to look out for are exports which has the potential of rising given WTI's current elevated discount to Brent. Imports from major Opec producers could also attract some attention, especially if a slowdown is being reported.
    Production estimates will also receive some attention after last weeks strong 79,000 b/d rise helped off-set what otherwise was a bullish report.
    Following the release i will post comments and charts below.
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    agree MP and it speaks volumes about the current lack of direction
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Both crude and gasoline stocks dropped in line with surveys. Refinery demand slowed while gasoline demand remained strong. Production rose 26k b/d. Gasoline initially trades higher in...
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
  • Article / 7 hours ago

    Commodities face a Trump dump

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Commodities face a Trump dump
    A glaring lack of progress by the Trump administration towards US infrastructure renewal has undermined support for industrial and energy commodities, and a selloff could now be just around the corner.
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    carlosdemarch carlosdemarch
    Dear John, generally speaking commodity prices are more driven by global markets than by what a single man does or doesn't. There are many more variables to...
  • 9h
    usxau usxau
    So true, we all have forgotten about Trichet! Brilliant analysis! :)
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Personally I don't like this binary events: taper/ no taper (hike / no hike) and wait for massive market move...... Price action and info from RANsquawk or...
  • 11h
    John Roberti John Roberti
    John, I would like to send a message to management regarding rules and régulations. Could you indicate to me how I can do that via email or...
  • Article / 12 hours ago

    Morning Markets: Asian stocks rally broadly with Wall St boost

    Consulting editor / TradingFloor
    Morning Markets: Asian stocks rally broadly with Wall St boost
    Asian shares rallied on Wednesday when Japan's Nikkei rebounded from three days of losses with a boost from Tuesday's gains on Wall Street as US political tensions took a back seat for a change. The US dollar firmed against Asia-Pacific currencies, with markets keenly awaiting the Fed's August 24-26 Jackson Hole gathering of central bankers.
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