China
Trading strategy
Short-term trend following/swing trading with maximum one-week holding period
Biography
Jay Luo is an editor and local analyst of Saxo Capital Markets China, with 8 years experiences in FX trading and market reports. He is responsible for editing contents produced by the China region and writes market strategies in Asian session.

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  • Article / 16 January 2017 at 8:24 GMT

    China stocks dive, breaking below key upward trendline

    Saxo Capital Markets China
    China
    China stocks dive, breaking below key upward trendline
    China stocks dived in the morning session as the Shanghai Composite Index opened 20 points lower and dropped more than 1.4% in the early session, breaking below the upward trendline since late February. The ChiNext index is declining for the eighth consecutive day and approaching last March’s low of 1,841.
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  • Article / 10 January 2017 at 9:50 GMT

    China shares slip while commodity futures soar

    Saxo Capital Markets China
    China
    China shares slip while commodity futures soar
    Chinese equities fell on Tuesday, with all major indexes closing in red. The Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.3% and the Nasdaq-style ChiNext Index lost 0.5%. Meanwhile, steel rebar futures on the Shanghai Futures Exchange jumped 7%.
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  • Article / 02 January 2017 at 14:00 GMT

    Getting ahead on TradingFloor in 2017 with #SaxoStrats

    Former managing editor, TradingFloor.com / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Getting ahead on TradingFloor in 2017 with #SaxoStrats
    2017 is likely to be an extremely busy year as we emerge from the fallout of the establishment-shaking 2016. Whether its video, print, webinar or publication, the #SaxoStrats team will be at the centre of TradingFloor's editorial coverage throughout the next 12 months.
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    fxtime fxtime
    LOL strangely Juhani I rely on you for over-views and interpretation when I seek a good briefing on marketplace subjective commentary and analysis. keep posting mate :-)...
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    Edmund Liu Edmund Liu
    Thank you for your compliments Market Predator!
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    Patto Patto
    It seems Ian Coleman is top of the heap as far as TF Follower numbers are concerned, by some margin (excluding Saxo's in house team members). Here's...
  • Article / 27 October 2016 at 10:51 GMT

    China shares edge lower on industrial profit slowdown

    Saxo Capital Markets China
    China
    China shares edge lower on industrial profit slowdown
    China shares edged lower on Thursday as latest data showed industrial profit grew at a less than expected pace in September, which aroused some worries on the sustainability of recent economic improvement signals. Profit taking at the key resistance area also added to the downward pressure.
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    Andrew Perkins Andrew Perkins
    John whats USDJPY looking like , move higher today or hold and wait for direction after the fed minutes
  • Squawk / 30 August 2016 at 9:24 GMT
    Saxo Capital Markets China
    China
    China stocks continued to trade in a tight range. Shanghai Composite Index closed 0.15% higher. No big events today and no clear direction for the market at the moment. Investors are now waiting for August PMI.
    China’s top leaders warned of assets bubbles at July’s politburo meeting, but the real estate market has just become crazier since then. Regulatory climate is becoming tigher now, not only in real estate market, but also in insurance industry and shadow banking sector, as well as in stock market. Investors think it is impossible for the central bank to loosen monetary policy in short term.
    Besides, the rising expectation on FED interest rate hike and reignited expectations on Yuan’s depreciation also add uncertainties to the market. So it seems unlikely to see the market establish a clear trend in short term and downward risk may accumulate. 20-day moving average and upward trend line since June 24 is a key support while 250 day moving average as the tough resistance.
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