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  • Article / 01 July 2016 at 13:30 GMT

    WCU: Commodities bask in six-year quarter high

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WCU: Commodities bask in six-year quarter high
    Most commodity sectors are back in demand following the Brexit vote on June 23. Record low bond yields on the back of raised speculation about renewed central bank action supported metals of all colours. Sugar and coffee found support in Brazil while oil remains rangebound after the initial squeeze and natural gas surged on improved fundamentals.
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    KaranKK KaranKK
    Hi Ole, Thanks for this excellent article. In next week, with more drivers out on roads in US and the Norwegian workers strike, won't the higher inventory...
    3y
    bparkes19 bparkes19
    That's a bull flag on the oil chart. Usually resolves to the upside. Oil inventories have been building slower than the normally do on a seasonality basis...See...
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    bparkes19 bparkes19
    This firm will close in 2018. Post your P&L on recommendation to prove me wrong! I dare you.
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    bparkes19 bparkes19
    Name that innovative European company. What is the name of that great Euro tech co? Volkswagen and Mercedes had to lie about emissions to compete. France strikes...
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    bparkes19 bparkes19
    Don't cry...but you will. Just like the flopping in soccer. The sport where effeminate me chase each other around.
  • Article / 13 May 2016 at 14:00 GMT

    WCU: Supply disruptions support oil, but resistance lurks

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WCU: Supply disruptions support oil, but resistance lurks
    It was a mixed week for commodities with gains in energy and agriculture more than offsetting losses in precious and industrial metals. Viewed from a distance, the sector seems to have settled into something of a range as early-2016 gains prove increasingly difficult to replicate.
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    bparkes19 bparkes19
    How did that sell everything recommendation at the beginning of March (at the bottom of almost every market) work for Saxo?

    Saxo is obviously part of the dumb...
    3y
    bparkes19 bparkes19
    An American housing bubble took down the entire continental banking system which means savy European analysts and traders bought the worst of the assets. I read Saxo...
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    Gord Vancouver Gord Vancouver
    Sounds like bparkes19 had an old boss named Trump. Too bad such harsh judgments and generalizations are made based on a few events of being incorrect. Long...
  • Article / 18 March 2016 at 14:05 GMT

    WCU: Self-defeating oil rally continues

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WCU: Self-defeating oil rally continues
    The commodity recovery extended into its third week with the Bloomberg Commodity Index reaching a three-month high. Gold failed to reach new highs despite seeing the US FOMC turn more dovish, while WTI crude oil traded back above $40/barrel for the first time this year.
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    bparkes19 bparkes19
    Commodities started rallying together. The IEA is being accused of overstating supply (missing bbls), the word "drowning" was used just like that famous economist cover. All this...
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    TheWillinator TheWillinator
    Great analysis... fits story of recent Irish Election. Economy growing at 8% GDP but government lost election because effects are not been felt on 'Main Street'.

    Political...
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    bparkes19 bparkes19
    The last time the social contract was broken was the early 1930s. Has anyone looked at inflation charts around that time? The contract breaks down at the...
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    BobbieMac BobbieMac
    Clinton will win, especially if Trump is the opponent. The real issue will be in the congressional races. If the Republicans maintain control it will...
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