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  • Squawk / 14 December 2018 at 20:07 GMT
    FX options trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Options weekly roundup:

    GBP. Main event was the UK vote on the Brexit deal that got postponed and May’s survival of confident vote. Short dated vols, which had a lot priced in ahead of the Brexit vote, first kept the high levels as GBP spot started to sell off on the news, but as spot settled frontend vols started a bigger correction lower during rest of the week. 1w GBPUSD went from 16vol Monday down to 10vol on Friday. Also backend of the curve with expiries post 29.Mar, the article50 deadline, saw its first real correction lower since July, with 6month GBPUSD ATM from 14.0 Monday to 12.6 on Friday. Traded 8.3 back in July.
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  • Squawk / 14 December 2018 at 20:06 GMT
    FX options trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Options weekly roundup:

    EUR. Vols in the frontend of the curve saw a bigger correction lower as UK parliamentary vote on the Brexit deal got postponed to after Christmas period and PM May also survived the confidence vote. ECB came out uneventful as well. Vols first found bids again Friday after EURUSD fell down below 1.1300 on poor German and French PMI data. On the week 1Month EURUSD traded from 7.15% Monday down to 6.3% Thursday and then ended 6.4% on Friday. In the upcoming week we have the FOMC meeting, which is the last key event this year and with the 25bps rate hike not a sure thing, 72% priced in, it can turn out quite volatile. Forward o/n vol for 20.Dec covering the FOMC is at 14vol. For comparison this week’s ECB meeting was priced at 13.0vol.
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  • Squawk / 20 February 2018 at 14:27 GMT
    FX options trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    EURUSD options. ATM vols back up again today after yesterday's downslope. 1 Month EURUSD at 8.9 +0.45 today. Feels like Italian election due 4.March is gaining more awareness. Low delta Eur puts covering the election have been paid up significantly, with 2w 10d Risk Reversal now trading ard 2.5vol +puts vs 1.25 yesterday. ATM vol for the election is still somewhat subdued, with O/n fwd vol covering the election at ard 22vols. French election last year was trading ard 45-60vols.
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  • Squawk / 10 April 2017 at 7:42 GMT
    FX options trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    EURUSD. Options market super bid for eur puts this morning, with spot not far away from the important 1.05 support level. 1m 25d RR has been paid at 3.85 fav puts (multi year high) and 15day 1.05 paid in 500mio eur.
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  • Squawk / 28 March 2017 at 13:18 GMT
    FX options trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    EURUSD Options. EUR calls continue to be in great demand. Earlier today 1year 15d call (1.2150 strike) was paid in 1.3bio eur and now 31may 1.14 in 500mio eur
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  • Video / 03 March 2017 at 8:27 GMT

    From the Floor: Funds offload commodities as rate hike looms

    #SaxoStrats
    Funds are cutting their record commodities exposure ahead of an expected March interest-rate increase in the US, and especially silver prices were whacked on Thursday. Equities were in broad retreat in the US, while the US dollar's strength broadened, with commodity and emerging-market currencies faltering on the latest surge of Fed rate-hike expectations.
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    The Trump inauguration time window is 1130-1230 EST in USA, which is 1630-1730 GMT and 1730-1830 CET
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