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Retail position ratios show Saxo Bank's clients positioning on each FX pair. In other words, the ratio is a display of the overall sentiment from clients trading FX options.
Traders with a view that the underlying FX spot rate will rise will tend to be long calls and short puts, this is also known as bullish. Traders who think that the rate will fall, will tend to be short calls and long puts, this is also known as bearish.
FX Option Board Prices shows a snapshot of bid and asked prices for select at-the-money contracts available on Saxo Bank's FX Options Board If you would like to learn more about Saxo Bank’s FX options board click here.
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