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  • 01 February
    Alan M Alan M
    Do you think there is any risk of a safe haven bid into italian bonds before the election like there was in eurozone bonds before brexit? Or...
    01 February
    Althea Spinozzi Althea Spinozzi
    Hi Alan, it's a strong possibility , however the demand will be mostly domestic while international investors will move towards the Bunds. Although QE tapering's effects are...
    23 March
    Jadira F. Norton Jadira F. Norton
    Hi Clare, This is amazing!
  • Article / 19 September 2017 at 7:54 GMT

    FX Update: Geopolitics take centre stage ahead of FOMC – #SaxoStrats

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Update: Geopolitics take centre stage ahead of FOMC – #SaxoStrats
    US President Trump will speak at the UN today on North Korea and Iran – potentially a critical speech, depending on the degree to which China is blamed for the rogue state’s aggressions. Elsewhere, the Bank of Canada poured cold water on the CAD rally and EURUSD is poking at 1.2000 after a Portuguese debt upgrade.
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  • 24 May
    Fashionapolis Fashionapolis
    As mentioned yesterday, Fed chief Janet Yellen could try to push a bit harder on starting to unwind the balance sheet as she may be in “legacy...
    24 May
    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    More like "zombie mode" after almost 9 years of sub par 1% Fed Funds Rate-LOL.
  • Article / 24 May 2017 at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: China has the Moody's blues

    Consulting editor / TradingFloor
    Norway
    Morning Markets: China has the Moody's blues
    Moody's cut China's credit rating to A1 from Aa3 on worries about its growing debt, and Chinese and Australian shares fell on the news, though the reaction was relatively muted. Oil prices firmed on expectations that Opec-led production cuts will be extended at Thursday's Opec meeting.
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  • Article / 02 May 2017 at 15:37 GMT

    Athens accepts additional austerity to secure bailout funds

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Athens accepts additional austerity to secure bailout funds
    Last year, debt-laden Greece said no more austerity. Today it caved in when Greek officials reached a deal with international lenders to secure disbursement of further rescue funds. But the answer is not more money and debt forgiveness. Let Greece default and leave the Eurozone, and let creditors pay the price for the risk they took.
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    04 May
    Vasiliy1 Vasiliy1
    Хорошая сделка по WTI.
  • 1y
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Thanks. Sorry - Unfortunately I am only allowed to post one Article per week on Trading Floor now
    1y
    Patto Patto
    What's going on Max ? Are times getting tough for Saxo ? Perhaps you should set up your own blog..........
    1y
    Market Predator Market Predator
    @Max: absolutely same Question like Patto "?"
  • Editor’s Picks / 22 September 2016 at 22:26 GMT

    President Duterte shrugs off S&P view, ready to turn to China, Russia

    The Phillipine Star
    I don’t care. This was President Duterte’s reaction to S&P’s assessment that predictability in policymaking diminished under his administration. S&P affirmed on Wednesday the Philippines’ long-term credit rating of ‘BBB’ and short-term credit rating of ‘A-2,’ with a stable outlook. While the rating is a notch above investment grade, the credit watchdog said the stability and predictability of policymaking in the country has “diminished somewhat” in light of Duterte’s policy pronouncements on foreign policy and national security. Duterte shrugged off the assessment, saying the Philippines is formulating “a new foreign policy”. “Go away. We'll start on our own. I can go to China, Russia. They are waiting for me”, the president said on Thursday. “Wala akong pakialam sa inyo (I don’t care about you),” he added.
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