Singapore
Age 51
Trading strategy
Global Macro with an Asia Focus
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30 years experience in the financial markets having worked in and managed financial markets trading, sales and portfolio management teams throughout the Asia region and in Europe over the course of career.
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  • Squawk / 24 June 2016 at 7:35 GMT
    CEO, Asia Pacific / Saxo Bank Group
    Singapore
    OK, now David Cameron has resigned, with an excellent speech, it will be interesting to see what the EU does. UK will wait a few months before invoking article 50 and the timetable commencing for exit. In that time, there will be a new PM. It will have to be someone that is committed to getting the best deal. Boris ?

    Also, will the EU now try and be vindictive and punish Britain, or try and be constructive and woo Britain. There will be people in both camps for sure, "we can't reward them and make leaving easy" vs they are a great trade partner and we don't want to ruin that trade with reciprocal tariffs.

    If GBP/USD ends up over 1.40 at NY close, and FTSE recovers to close over 6,000 then the first hurdle will be cleared and financial armageddon avoided. Stay tuned for more.
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  • Squawk / 24 June 2016 at 0:02 GMT
    CEO, Asia Pacific / Saxo Bank Group
    Singapore
    Lots of interesting trading opportunities today with Brexit but key thing is keep trades small and remain nimble. No need to get wiped out in one trade by a stray headline. This especially for you contestants in trading Talents Asia Pacific.
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  • Squawk / 21 August 2015 at 21:28 GMT
    Global Macro Strategist [Asia based] / Saxo Bank
    Singapore
    Tough week for equities & as well as the USD vs. the Majors, as we got the squeeze there that I was hoping for pre Sep 16 Fed. For the past week S&P -5.8% to 1971, Nasdaq -6.8% to 4706, SHCOMP -11.5% to 3507, Nikkei -5.3% to 19436, USDCHF +3.07% to 0.9466 EURUSD +2.49% to 1.1386, NZDUSD +2.12% to 0.6686,
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    Rodrigues Rodrigues
    Buying opportunities?
    1y
    Kay Van-Petersen Kay Van-Petersen
    Rodrigues, not so sure & its tough question, because everyone has diff. horizons & diff. ability to weather risk, not to mention diff. objectives. From my side...
  • 2y
    Klinton Klinton
    Hi Steen, great article, so I understand you are bearish on DAX 30 ? - and if the support of 10.668 will be broken, you will enter...
    2y
    Deepak Gupta, CFA Deepak Gupta, CFA
    Great Article Steen
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    David Cervantes David Cervantes
    The U.S. may get less help with its deficit from Asia, but U.S. deficits are shrinking so it's a wash. Also American oil imports are...
  • Article / 11 August 2015 at 15:10 GMT

    Did China just float the yuan?

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Did China just float the yuan?
    The People's Bank of China devalued the yuan today, and liberalised its exchange rate mechanism as well. The central bank's goal was likely twofold: respond to a softening economy and satisfy global reserve-currency requirements at once. So has China just floated the yuan? Well... sort of.
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  • Article / 02 August 2015 at 23:06 GMT

    The Big Picture Part 1: Preparing for the hike and more global QE

    Global Macro Strategist [Asia based] / Saxo Bank
    Singapore
    The Big Picture Part 1: Preparing for the hike and more global QE
    The Federal Reserve's expected September rate rise is only seven weeks away and the market is not ready. At this time, I believe there are five main themes emerging. This article is the first of a three-part Big Picture series where I discuss all five themes. In today's piece I look at the first two themes – the coming rate hike, and where I feel quantitative easing sits with the rest of the world. Part 2 follows on Wednesday and Part 3 on Friday.
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    Patto Patto
    Some good stuff here Kay.......... Are you also going to comment on the commodity situation and the commodity currencies in particular ? I like reading Max McKegg's...
    2y
    Jeff_ Jeff_
    Hi Patto. Max is on holiday at the moment but will return soon. Kay's report will cover your areas of interest in the...
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    Galina Beltyukova Galina Beltyukova
    Great article, waiting for Part 2
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  • Article / 26 July 2015 at 23:39 GMT

    The Macro Take: Weak oil, strong airlines; will commodities bounce?

    Global Macro Strategist [Asia based] / Saxo Bank
    Singapore
    The Macro Take: Weak oil, strong airlines; will commodities bounce?
    We'll hear from the Federal Open Market Committee this week - and we would expect the USD to be well supported and commodities under pressure until then. Nobody other than contrarians would predict a commodity comeback but there is scope for a short-term commodities correction. With oil so low, it's worth thinking airlines.
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