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  • 13 January
    goldfinger goldfinger
    Now that Stormont has decided to mount an action against article 50. Which delay the whole process for months. What then are the implications.
  • Video / 12 January 2017 at 13:00 GMT

    Quarterly Outlook: Risky rollercoaster

    John J Hardy
    From intense speculation on how US policy will take shape under President Trump to EU existential questions in a busy election calendar for Europe, currency traders have a veritable laundry list of urgent questions for the year ahead.
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  • Calendar event / 12 January 2017 at 8:30 GMT

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  • 04 January
    fxtime fxtime
    @bvlaerhoven....totally agree.
    04 January
    zefy zefy
    Limbo is a perfect to describe my EURUSD algo results today LOL
    06 January
    ChrisYass ChrisYass
    I use exchange rate notifications to know about significant changes in the exchange rte
  • 22 December
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi John. The headline inventory rise of 2.2M bbl - as opposed to an expected draw of 2.4M - received most of the attention yesterday. Not...
    22 December
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Thank you for your valuable comments and graphs, very clear and complete! It seems to me that the probability of events negative for oil, prices is...
    01 January
    Compliments of the New Year.

    My concern is that how does one close open positions that are very many on both selling and buying??

    Thank you in advance
  • Squawk / 21 December 2016 at 8:39 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Sweden's Riksbank is out with its latest policy announcement. There was no change to the inflation forecasts through 2018 nor to the anticipated repo rate (-0.6% for 2017 and -0.15% for late 2018) but the RIksbank raised its GDP forecasts and suggested that the krona could slowly strengthen over time. The QE programme was extended six months - less than the ECB's. The very small size of Sweden's QE (SEK 30B total) relative to Europe and the extension of less than the ECB extended their programme makes the Riksbank look marginally more hawkish. Still, there isn't pointedly hawkish stuff as the rate forecasts remain unchanged and the SEK has only rallied modestly - there could be some more upside for SEK on this as short rates are well off their recent lows and near the high end of the recent range after this announcement, but we're not expecting fireworks. Do note the technical importance of the 9.6750 area in EURSEK, as a break could lead to another leg lower.
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  • Calendar event / 13 December 2016 at 8:30 GMT

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