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    Market Predator Market Predator
    Excellent as usually Ole. With COT my most favourite format. I wish You great weekend, Sir. Thx MP.
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  • Article / 03 March 2017 at 9:19 GMT

    What just happened to silver?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    What just happened to silver?
    Silver slumped by 4% yesterday. It ran out of oxygen after having spent the past four days failing to break higher. Renewed focus on a March FOMC rate hike and weakness across the industrial metal space turned traders into sellers and once $18.30 was broken the floodgates opened.
    Read the article
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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.
    watch video
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    Jingjie Lee Jingjie Lee
    $1278/oz, it seems too high
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    matsuri matsuri
    in case of gold, if 38,2% got broken at least 61.8% was reached in cases of corrections, so seems possible
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    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    IFO figures for February were better than estimated lifting European equities. All indicators are still pointing towards accelerating growth in Europe and positive equity markets.
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    kennethjohn kennethjohn
    Morning call isnt complete without John Hardy's input
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