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  • Squawk / 05 October 2018 at 23:16 GMT
    What happened to the COT reports?? Could we at least get some explanation about why they are no longer published??
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  • 26 September
    Euroaaussie Euroaaussie
    is the morning call ... returning ??
    08 October
    edo edo
    What happened to the morning call? And the COT reports?? All taken off the air without notice?!
    02 November
    Jadira F. Norton Jadira F. Norton
    Are we allowed to see the morning report paper///
  • 11 September
    carlosdemarch carlosdemarch
    why are there no more COT reports (currencies and commodities)? I didn't find them excellent to understand the market feelings.
    11 September
    carlosdemarch carlosdemarch
    sorry, I did find them excelent.
    05 October
    edo edo
    Someone from Saxo answer, please?
  • Article / 12 January 2018 at 14:47 GMT

    WCU: Energy leads commodities in bullish start to 2018 —#SaxoStrats

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    WCU: Energy leads commodities in bullish start to 2018 —#SaxoStrats
    Demand for energy has got commodities off to a bullish start in the first full trading week of 2018. A weaker dollar and increased focus on inflation together with geopolitical risks were some of the main drivers of a strong beginning to the year for crude oil and gold. Correction risks lurk, however, with oil potentially at risk
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    edo edo
    There seem to lack a couple of lines on the Nat Gas storage charts
  • Trade view / 02 January 2018 at 9:04 GMT
    Medium term

    USDJPY looks lower on broad USD rout – #SaxoStrats

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    The US dollar is weak across the board, likely as the market takes the long view on US fiscal deterioration in the New Year under the next tax regime. If current account issues are one of the market's focal points, then the JPY has a lot of catching up to do with its peers against a struggling US dollar.
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    Dance like nobody's watching Dance like nobody's watching
    Why one doesn´t call the tax reform QE4?
    edo edo
    Why would de US current account deficit further deteriorate due to FED tightening? I would rather think the opposite...
    marran marran
    this isn't looking very good
  • 2y
    edo edo
    I sold at 114.70, but I am holding onto it til 115.70, what do you think?
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    I've been stopped out. Edo, are you saying you've got a stop at 115.70? You might be alright!!
    edo edo
    Yes I do, Clive. The up movement lost a bit of momentum, fingers crossed!
  • Video / 07 September 2016 at 13:43 GMT

    Arabica ready to push coffee market higher: Hansen

    Ole Hansen
    Arabica coffee may have traded sideways for the last 18 months, but, according to Ole Hansen, Saxo Bank's head of commodity strategy, things could be about to change. Robusta coffee has led the way, but Arabica now also looks like it could be ready to help the market push higher.
    watch video
    edo edo
    Ole, though I agree with your view long term, coffe seems having lost strength in the last few sessions. Don't you think it needs to retrace before...
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