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Ken Veksler is a market professional with over 20 years experience dealing directly in the FX interbank markets. Over the course of his career Ken has worked for various tier one global banks as a market maker and proprietary trader. Ken was also managing director and founding partner of a successful asset management company based in Australia. Before returning to the world of asset management, founding Accumen Management in London in 2011, Ken spent 3 years at Saxo Bank in Denmark as a trading advisor. Ken specializes in the short and medium term trading of predominantly G10 currency pairs and has a trading style focused on relative value.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 11:30 GMT

    FX Noon: Fed swats June bugs

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: Fed swats June bugs
    Last night's Federal Open Market Committee minutes showed a Fed that appears to have given up on a June rate hike, while Eurozone PMI numbers support the recovery theory.
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  • Article / Wednesday at 13:19 GMT

    Up to the minutes

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    Up to the minutes
    Both Japanese and Australian data surprised to the upside overnight, but the AUD and JPY do not appear to be having any of it. Meanwhile, traders await today's FOMC release, but it may turn out to be a tempest in a teapot.
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  • Article / Wednesday at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: A day of minutes

    Deputy Editor / TradingFloor.com
    Denmark
    Wednesday is a day of minutes as central banks on both sides of the Atlantic tells us what they talked about at their most recent policy-setting meetings. First up is the Bank of England at 08:30 GMT while at 18:00 FOMC takes centre stage.
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  • Article / Tuesday at 15:46 GMT

    Markets yell 'Abandon Ship' as ECB opens its wallet

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    Markets yell 'Abandon Ship' as ECB opens its wallet
    As the ECB decides to allocate a greater part of its buying to the early months of its QE programme (aka frontloading) the euro tumbles down the mountainside and the dollar takes flight. While USD was certainly helped by suggestions that the US economy's travails are overstated, the real impetus behind the surge was people piling out of the euro.
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  • Article / 14 May 2015 at 10:49 GMT

    FX Noon: The dollar's down, but not out

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: The dollar's down, but not out
    The dollar has has slipped to three-month lows on soft US economic data. For those long of the Greenback and wanting to stay that way in the near term – it’s going to be a tough battle but the turn back (albeit small) will come.
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  • Article / 13 May 2015 at 11:15 GMT

    FX Noon: What can Carney conjure up today?

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: What can Carney conjure up today?
    Today is all about the Bank of England inflation report and speech from governor Mark Carney, which follow the UK monthly employment figures. If these show continuing softer wage growth, the inflation report will have a harder time justifying the notion of overall inflationary growth within the broader economy.
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  • Article / 12 May 2015 at 13:07 GMT

    The pound and the fury

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    The pound and the fury
    The global bonds selloff is creating turbulence across asset classes as investors try and incorporate the volatility into their trading strategies. The pound, meanwhile, has arguably benefited from the turmoil in the wake of last week's election, but it may have travelled a step too far for its own good.
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