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  • 2y
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Excellent as usually Ole. With COT my most favourite format. I wish You great weekend, Sir. Thx MP.
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    julia555 julia555
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  • 2y
    Patto Patto
    Good to see a new boy on the block............But I hope the editors of this site don't forget it is called "Trading Floor".........We can read stories about...
    2y
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    Hi Patto, of course that remains the fundamental premise of TradingFloor and nothing we write is in a vacuum. Jack's article has obvious euro implications and could...
    2y
    hulle hulle
    Extremely good analysis! Politics will rock the markets a lot more than most investors think!
  • Editor’s Picks / 30 March 2016 at 22:25 GMT

    Massive leak exposes global web of oil industry corruption

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    A massive leak of confidential documents has exposed the true extent of corruption within the oil industry, implicating dozens of leading companies, bureaucrats and politicians in a sophisticated global web of bribery and graft. Corruption in oil production – one of the world's richest industries and one that touches us all through our reliance on petrol – fuels inequality, robs people of their basic needs and causes social unrest in some of the world's poorest countries. It was among the factors that prompted the Arab Spring. Fairfax Media and The Huffington Post today reveal how Unaoil carved up portions of the Middle East oil industry for the benefit of western companies between 2002 and 2012.
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  • Article / 11 March 2016 at 17:54 GMT

    Loonie takes a shine to new oil order

    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    Loonie takes a shine to new oil order
    The Canadian dollar has taken the prospects of firmer oil prices to heart and is basking in the glory of new-found respect. Meanwhile, the past week's theatrics in the financial markets will be hard to live up to, but the Fed might be up to the task when its policymakers convene on Wednesday.
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    3y
    satish231086 satish231086
    yes it was a classic case on friday when despite of poor labour data from canada led to cad appreciation. That move was simply an effect of...
    3y
    satish231086 satish231086
    usdcad - it did work and and is now at 1.3340. can lock in 100 pips. Risky traders can keep 1.3260 stop loss and wait for 1.3450...
    3y
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Nice call, satish231086.
  • Article / 12 January 2016 at 14:47 GMT

    Oil finding support ahead of $30 despite awful fundamentals

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Oil finding support ahead of $30 despite awful fundamentals
    Crude oil has lost almost one-third of its value since the December 4 Opec meeting ended in disarray. The accelerating selloff seen during the past week has seen the price move closer to levels below where bankruptcies in the energy sector will rise, junk bonds will default and production eventually will be cut. We take a look at the current developments through the options market.
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    3y
    ozy ozy
    WTI is still loosing blood, I have 2 lot long positions. loosing a lot. I don't know what to do, to close or to wait a bounce...
    3y
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    How long will it take and when will it happen are good points matsuri and the reason why the market is in such a flux right now....
    3y
    ozy ozy
    a good surprise inventory loose could be very nice to move up prices... Mr. Ole, sometimes I think that speaking about cold winter conditions may send up...
  • Article / 24 November 2015 at 23:27 GMT

    Opec plans to keep up the big squeeze

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Opec plans to keep up the big squeeze
    The first Friday in December will see Opec once again continue the strategy of maintaining production levels to the point that what hurts Opec will most certainly create greater pain for rival producers such as US shale operators.
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