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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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    fxtime fxtime
    The moral to the above imho is.......Never trust a BoE storyteller sorry governor!
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    belgaard belgaard
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  • Article / Monday at 11:30 GMT

    The greenback comeback is on the cards

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    The greenback comeback is on the cards
    This is the week that will sort out last week's choppy action - or compound it; meanwhile it's looking like Germany may be running out of patience with the Greeks; I remain long on USDCHF and USDCAD - the recent trend and price movement of the USD means it will find its natural consolidation
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  • Saxo TV / Monday at 9:06 GMT

    Veksler: FX week ahead - levels to look for

    Ken Veksler
    Experienced FX trader Ken Veksler looks at the week ahead for three major pairs: EURUSD, GBPUSD and AUDUSD.
    With the dovish tone from the FOMC last week still casting a shadow over the currency markets Ken tries to sense market direction and talks us through the levels he's looking out for.
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  • 20 March
    Dimitrios Tamvakas Dimitrios Tamvakas
    I propose to all commentators to make a macro and insert automatically on each of their comments the phrase: this year might end with a Grexit. Finally,...
    20 March
    iki422 iki422
    This will be the end of european union
  • 19 March
    Alessandro Milesi Alessandro Milesi
    most sensible line i have read over the last twelve hours. Market is broken and so is thechnical analysis, the amount of contradictory analysisi has never been...
  • Article / 18 March 2015 at 11:59 GMT

    FX Noon: 'Patiently' awaiting Janet...

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: 'Patiently' awaiting Janet...
    Markets are nervously awaiting the FOMC announcement tonight. No matter what the wording will be, it should be kept in mind that the Fed will hike rates, when it thinks this step is appropriate. Expect a volatile USD in the days to come. In the UK, meanwhile, the outlook for the GBP is gloomy.
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  • Article / 17 March 2015 at 12:35 GMT

    FX Noon: All quiet on the eastern front

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: All quiet on the eastern front
    The central banks are making headlines again, although recent meetings in Australia and Japan produced no major policy moves. The big one, however, is the FOMC meeting set for tomorrow and markets are patiently waiting to see whether the US Fed will change its tune.
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