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  • Article / 12 minutes ago

    Investment Outlook: Towards new highs in global equities

    CIO / Saxo Private Bank
    Denmark
    Investment Outlook: Towards new highs in global equities
    The second quarter has seen volatile financial markets, and a significant correction especially in European stock markets. Nevertheless, it has been advantageous to maintain an overweight of equities relative to bonds, as the largest movement in the previous months have occurred in the bond markets.

    On both sides of the Atlantic investors have downplayed fears of deflation, which seems both justified and logical, but the price has been higher interest rates in the last few months. Real interest rates still have to rise further, but the increase will be checked by dovish central banks.

    I expect the equity markets to break at higher levels in the third quarter and that on both sides of the Atlantic will rise to new record highs.
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  • Squawk / 45 minutes ago
    Senior Options Trader / Saxo Bank a/s
    Denmark
    FX options: In spite of EUR (and EUR-crosses) are trading in relative narrow ranges, implied volatility is not getting sold off. Unclear situation in Greece is the reason. 1m EURUSD is trading around 14,1 and o/n EURUSD around 20 %. Good luck
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  • Squawk / 1 hour ago
    individual Trader
    Uganda
    Crude_Oil seems to be forming a triangle and USDCAD looks more Bullish than Bearish creating some controversy...Should sanctions be lifted (Iran) and crude drops alternatively, then it should create some Bullish validation for usdcad...More mixed intermarket analysis signals this week
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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    Tsipras' strange geometry

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    Tsipras' strange geometry
    Forex markets are increasingly choppy as traders attempt to find direction through the cyclone that is Greece. Today's questions is how to find the opportunities presented by such a dislocating move?
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