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  • Article / Friday at 13:30 GMT

    WCU: Rising risk appetite kicks commodities into gear

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WCU: Rising risk appetite kicks commodities into gear
    Central bank meetings helped trigger renewed risk appetite with commodities receiving an additional boost from the weaker dollar. Despite a renewed surge in supply, oil markets bought into the idea that Opec and Russia may reach an agreement in Algiers on September 28.
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    2d
    fxtime fxtime
    It does feel like the age old buy the rumour and then sell the fact imho. Tight stops in this market imho.
    10h
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    indeed fxtime.. quite a few times this year we have been led on a wild goose chase from talk and no eventually no action.
    15m
    asousa27 asousa27
    Ole, after Saudi Arabia declarations upside target 50$ still possible?
  • Article / 16 September 2016 at 12:30 GMT

    Nigerian, Libyan export boost about to add to Opec's worries

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Nigerian, Libyan export boost about to add to Opec's worries
    The latest talk about Libya moving to boost crude exports follows many failed attempts to revive exports by the troubled North African nation in recent times. Nigeria is also trying to lift crude exports. If the two Opec member nations succeed in lifting exports, the extra supplies would add to the already serious global overhang of supply.
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    16 September
    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    Again, interesting article. On Algiers meeting, in my view OPEC members probably won't cut, in the case they won't ,is it possible for Russia to cut output...
    16 September
    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    And if there won't be a rate hike in the US can oil go back to 47 after 21th ?
  • Editor’s Picks / 14 September 2016 at 2:59 GMT

    Shimon Peres in intensive care after suffering major stroke

    ABC
    Former Israeli president Shimon Peres is in a serious but stable condition in intensive care in Tel Aviv after suffering a major stroke. His office said doctors had decided not to operate on the 93-year-old Nobel peace laureate for the time being. Peres is an Israeli elder statesman and two-time prime minister who spearheaded peace efforts with the Palestinians after changing his stance over the issue. He has been a towering figure in Israeli politics for decades and is the country's last surviving founding father. Beyond his accomplishments in the public eye, he is also seen as a driving force in the development of Israel's undeclared nuclear program. He is particularly lauded abroad and his lavish 80th birthday party was attended by ex-US president Bill Clinton and the last leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev. Peres once confided that the secret to his longevity was daily gymnastics, eating little and drinking one or two glasses of good wine.
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  • Trade view / 06 September 2016 at 10:13 GMT
    Short term

    #SaxoStrats: WTI crude oil looks attractive on dips

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The battle in the oil market between short sellers and “verbal intervention” persists, and the latter is lending support to prices and reducing the appetite to sell. We see the price continuing to stabilise, with the short-term risk now skewed to the upside.
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    06 September
    Pandorra Pandorra
    Looks good but very modest, R/R is around 3/4, just used to cover Monday blah.
    Ole, what about multi-entries for further strategies? Tnx
    06 September
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    @Pandorra. Looking into that but tricky due to oil's current volatility. A stop should preferably be placed a min. $1.7/b away from entry (1ATR). In order to...
    06 September
    Pandorra Pandorra
    yep, i understood. either way I'm not to dispute about your view at all, but to say thanks if you could find separate points for entry,...
  • Article / 25 August 2016 at 14:45 GMT

    Opec: Cartel of collusion or an ouroboros?

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Opec: Cartel of collusion or an ouroboros?
    Opec is dominated by the will of its leading member and oil producer, that is, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Its nations have to fall in line with KSA and to the direction it wants to take – which sounds like a cartel. But in the end the market will triumph as the cartel might raise prices but it cannot create effective barriers to entry.
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