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  • Squawk / 25 December 2015 at 10:16 GMT
    Consultant / www.finanze.net
    Italy
    italian banks subordinated debt holders ask for repayment, triggering bail in and massive need for capital infusion without BCE having any instrument to intervene.
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  • Saxo TV / 16 December 2015 at 8:24 GMT

    Aggressive Fed ignites meltdown in global corporate bonds - OP 2016

    Simon Fasdal
    How about this for an 'outrageous prediction'? The US Federal Reserve embarks on an aggressive round of rate rises in 2016 which causes a global meltdown in corporate bonds! It's unlikely to happen but traders need to be prepared for the unexpected. Saxo Bank's Head of Fixed Income Strategy, Simon Fasdal, dares to think outside the box.
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  • 18 December
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    According to my charts this is not so ridiculous at all! I like this one. Have a good Christmas Ole and everyone else!
  • Saxo TV / 16 December 2015 at 8:20 GMT

    Opec turmoil triggers brief return to $100/b oil - OP 2016

    Ole Hansen
    It's hard to imagine crude oil getting anywhere close to $100 a barrel as we end 2015 but Ole Hansen's 'outrageous predictions' have come true before. Saxo Bank's Head of Commodity Strategy suggests that aggressive moves by OPEC to limit supply could catch the market on the hop in 2016. Such a move, he says, could see investors scrambling to re-enter the market on the long side and when you factor in geo-political concerns, such a prediction may not be so outrageous after all.
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    16 December
    FireWire FireWire
    I'll keep my high risk evaluation for some real factors: the overproduction/rig due the conversion of vertical rigs to horizontal rigs, oversupply due Saudi, Russia, Iran, Iraq...
  • Saxo TV / 16 December 2015 at 8:18 GMT

    Democrats retain presidency retake Congress in 2016 landslide OP 2016

    John J Hardy
    It's not particularly outrageous to imagine Hilary Clinton winning the US presidency next year but what if Donald Trump 'crashes and burns' and brings down the whole republican party with him? Saxo Bank's Head of FX Strategy suggests we should consider the Democrats being in control of just about everything important next year in one of his 'outrageous predictions'.
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