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  • Squawk / 10 May 2018 at 21:17 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Inflation deflation for Dollar bulls

    NY Focus: The US dollar was on the defensive when New York traders started their day. European holidays and “Super Thursday” in the UK encouraged profit-taking following the greenbacks healthy gains earlier this week.

    UK economic reports were mildly positive which lifted GBPUSD from 1.3583 at the New York open to 1.3616. Sterling bulls were feeling quite smug. Moments later the Bank of England announced that rates and quantitative easing guidance were unchanged. That was expected. The downgrading of the 2018 growth forecast to 1.4% from 1.8% was not. GBPUSD went into free-fall until finding a bottom at 1.3462. Prices ticked up to 1.3520 as the UK closed and stayed in the area for the rest of the session.
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    11 May
    Heli Heli
    I am checking here https://www.tradingfloor.com/analysis/speculative-positioning-report-cot
    cant run all over the place in trying to find i but one of his response in tweet is that it is...
    11 May
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Calm down, guys. Ole and COT report is here:
    https://www.home.saxo/insights/news-and-research/authors/ole-hansen
    (unfortunatelly no PDF)
    True problem is that none official from Saxo team is able to inform consumers of their...
    13 May
    Benenen Benenen
    Thanks Market Predator
  • Squawk / 02 May 2018 at 11:59 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Crude oil is trading steady with WTI currently being stuck in a $66.60 to $70/b range. The Natanyahu surge on Monday proved temporary as the market concluded that he did not provide any information that wasn’t already known and which provided the basis for the 2015 nuclear deal. Instead the presentation was seen as a counter to European leaders who led by France's Emmanuel Macron and Germany's Angela Merkel have stepped up their attempts to persuade Trump to agree to an amendment instead of abandoning the nuclear deal on May 12. His decision remains a major binary event but today the focus has – at least temporary – moved back to hard data with the weekly EIA Petroleum Status Report due at 14:30 GMT.
    Last night the API reported a bigger-than-expected crude build which was off-set by another slump in distillates.
    As usual the report comprises multiple components with production, export/imports as well as Cushing stocks being potential market movers.
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    02 May
    matsuri matsuri
    it will be very interesting to see what will Trump do with the Iran deal, considering the fact that he made a clear statement that oil is...
    02 May
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Crude oil trades softer after the EIA reported a 6.2m barrel stock increase. Gasoline stocks rose by 1.2m barrels while distillates dropped 3.9m barrels. Production rose 33k...
    02 May
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    EIA charts
  • 20 April
    TyCoooN TyCoooN
    Thanks. Some issues with recorded sound (John's microphone doesn't record properly or may be the software)...
    21 April
    JJb JJb
    Change quality.
  • 17 April
    ReTrade ReTrade
    Mr.Jakobsen heralds a recession since 2014 , when mkt dips 5%, always a good buying opportunity IMO. And one critical/neutral real opinion redacted within 5min.
    18 April
    Patto Patto
    Sounds like fxtime is a cheerleader for Saxobank...........yes, we should wait and see how this cut back site performs but it looks to me like it will...
    18 April
    fxtime fxtime
    LOL..I have never thought of me as a cheerleader LOL. As I don't work for Saxo I can't comment on their behalf.
  • 11 April
    Alan M Alan M
    What device are you using to watch it ??
    11 April
    Cat Cat
    It could be the background noise?
    11 April
    Alan M Alan M
    Background noise is faint for me, sounds like you are probably using a device that is trying to dynamically equalize the sounds and as a result makes...
  • 04 April
    JJb JJb
    Thank you very much. I'm wating for the inventories to get in.
    04 April
    Alan M Alan M
    Cheers Ole, an interesting afternoon ahead for sure!!
  • Article / 27 March 2018 at 9:07 GMT

    Gold is rallying, but what about silver?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold is rallying, but what about silver?
    Gold has once again returned to the $20 band between $1355/oz and $1375/oz that has provided resistance on numerous occasions during the past two years. The current rally may help silver attract some renewed attention given its relative cheapness to gold and the fact that hedge funds on March 20 held a record short.
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    27 March
    Liam Conroy Liam Conroy
    thanks Ole
    liam
    27 March
    Clare Mac Carthy Clare Mac Carthy
    @JbKingTrader – Suggest you first work at The Economist and the FT for twenty years and then apply. I know that works ;-)
    27 March
    fxtime fxtime
    Well said Clare :-)
  • 07 March
    JJb JJb
    it looks out of sync.
  • Squawk / 24 January 2018 at 14:17 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Crude oil trading quietly near 3-year highs ahead of the weekly petroleum status report from the EIA at 1530 GMT. Expectations for a 10th consecutive drop in crude stocks were put into doubt yesterday when the API reported an increase of 4.8 million barrels. Gasoline stocks have risen for the past 10 weeks and should oil stocks also rise some profit taking may emerge despite the current tailwind from the weaker dollar.
    As usual production as well as import/export numbers will also attract attention. A continued drop in Cushing stocks, the delivery hub for WTI crude oil futures, may lend some relative support to WTI against Brent.
    Comments below once released.
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    24 January
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Results
    24 January
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
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    24 January
    JJb JJb
    Is the dollar affecting the oil price?
  • 18 January
    JJb JJb
    I guess I’m going to see the big short just one more time.
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