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  • 1d
    ozy ozy
    us rig counts published?
  • Squawk / Thursday at 15:50 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    The BBG commodity index is rising 1.2% today especially on the back of gains in energy and softs.
    - Crude oil is rallying hard once again as Saudi Arabia continues to attack targets within Yemen. This is adding a geo-political risk premium to oil at a time where momentum is already positive.
    - Gasoline has broken above recent resistance and is currently showing a gain of 3.6%.
    - Cotton is be best performer rising the most in five weeks on the back of a surging US export demand.
    - Natural gas is suffering following another above expectation rise in weekly inventories
    - Gold and silver both having a relative quiet day after clawing back earlier losses as they found support from a weaker dollar and the above mentioned tensions in the Middle East.
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 14:11 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Natural Gas (NGK5) is trading lower ahead of the weekly storage report at 16:30 CET. Expectations are for a near record injection last week in the range of 85 to 88 billion cubic feet (bcf), which is almost double the five-year average of 46 bcf. Following a run higher last week NG has spent the past few days in a $2.53 to $2.62. Given the focus on today's report we are likely to see some fireworks if the number sway much away from expectations.
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    +90 bcf and NGK5 drops 1%
  • 3d
    ozy ozy
    HJ RL, thanks.. It's so difficult now to gues which direction can go the prices..
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi guys. The second consecutive drop in production (albeit only by 18k) and strong refinery demand helped off-set another big rise in inventories. WTI however failed to...
    vagoramix vagoramix
    Ole your report last week showed that OIL we go far below 55, but it didnt
  • Article / Monday at 8:50 GMT

    COT: Bullish bets halve as heavy selling hits crops and gas

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    COT: Bullish bets halve as heavy selling hits crops and gas
    The big jump in bullish bets during the week of April 7 only lasted for one week. The latest data covering the week ending April 14 shows that hedge funds cut their net-long exposure to 24 commodities by 50% to a new record low. Selling was seen across most sectors, particularly crops and beans, together with natural gas.
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    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Ole, what do you think is going on in Silver. Open Interest is at almost historic highs but price and other data sources don't really suggest that...
  • 2d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    NGK5 hit $2.52 following a bigger than expected weekly inventory rise. The $2.525 stop has been triggered
  • Saxo TV / 17 April 2015 at 11:51 GMT

    Oil, gas and why commodities are on fire

    Ole Hansen
    A better week for commodities thanks in part to the weaker dollar and to a rally in the energy sector including natural gas. But Saxo's Ole Hansen says he is yet to be convinced that crude is in recovery. Meanwhile gold, he says, is stuck in a range.
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