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It's the end of nine months of phoney war today as the UK triggers Article 50 and sets in motion the two-year negotiation process that will culminate in divorce from the EU. GBP bulls are already scarpering sending GBPUSD down some 200 pips since Monday.

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  • 4h
    Fashionapolis Fashionapolis
    i am long on gbpjpy already :) uk gdp n us gdp shld be gd. And then with jpy weakening
    FBT431 FBT431
  • 6h
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    I was talking to the BSD's at RBC Forex the other day and they are calling for USDCAD to be at 1.38 for the end of Q2.

    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    I bet ya lunch that it will be 1.3400 or lower.
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    All the banks are saying the same thing.
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 14:14 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Crude oil has stabilised ahead of the weekly Petroleum Status Report at 14:30 GMT. Surveys point to a 2M barrel increase while the API report yesterday reported a 1.9M b rise but also falling stocks at Cushing which prevented the WTI delivery hub from reaching a new record.
    Sentiment has turned more positive following three weeks of selling. Not least helped by another sizable production cut in Libya due to renewed unrest. $50/b in Brent and $47/b in WTI have now become support after several failed selling attempts.
    Oil trading chiefs at FT's Global Commodity Summit in Lausanne believes that the worst of the recent slump is over and that Opec will extend its production cuts into H2.
    Following the sell-off WTI needs to rally back above $50/b (38.2% retracement) before we can determine whether this current move up is more than just a correction.
    Apart from crude oil and Cushing inventories also look our for gasoline stocks, production and export/import
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    US crude oil export jumped back above 1 million b/d last week. Thereby tampering with Opec's cutting efforts and more than off-setting lost production from Libya.
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    In my comment above. $50 on WTI provided we manage a daily close above the 200 DMA at $48.58
    7x7 ( 49) is a key pad lock cracker - its at 49.09 now and agree it takes out 49.49 you will see a spiketr 50-50.94. at...
  • 4h
    Arturo Arturo
    Hello Mr. Pope thanks for your post, I am in...
  • 12h
    GustavoJP GustavoJP
    Hi Michael, I would like to highlight some risks about a play in Brazil. Yes, the worst might be behind and the reforms (labour, social security and...
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Hello Michael. I do not trade Bonds but please help me understand something. Is it true that bonds in fact reflect price of CDS?
    At the first sight...
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