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Ken Veksler is a market professional with over 17 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. Most recently, Ken spent 3 years at Saxo Bank in Denmark as a trading advisor and has since returned to the world of asset management working as a portfolio manager. 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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  • Squawk / Thursday at 10:23 GMT
    Ken Veksler Ken Veksler
    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    A 1.3865 EURUSD option expiry in excess of 500mio should pretty much tell you everything you need to know about where the pair is going today.
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    Cwealth Cwealth
    like the idea:
    Sizable Options expiries NY cut today:

    USDJPY 101.20 (USD 400m) 102.00 (USD 1bln)
    EURUSD 1.3865 (EUR 500m)
    USDCAD 1.0920 (USD 300m) 1.0975 (USD 500m) 1.1060 (USD 1bln)

    Ken Veksler Ken Veksler
    Cwealth, all very quiet in truth. Market is overall long Gamma, but with vol so low etc, they're just getting their Theta eaten with a voracious appetite....
    Cwealth Cwealth
    much appreciated
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    fxtime fxtime
    LOL love the comment about a surprise Draghi action !! If he does anything other than jawbone will be a surprise imho. Welcome back Ken.
    Jim Earls Jim Earls
    Best time to do such things are over a holiday.
    Yura Yura
    Ken, why I can't find you among all traider in Saxo Bank? I just want watch how profitable may become trader on a long horizon? I just...
  • 27 March
    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    The weakness in the US housing market looks like it could be making a return. Higher mortgage rates and the smaller, tapered Fed's monthly purchases of MBS...
    28 March
    Yura Yura
    Felicity A Glover, Kit Juckes is guy from SocGen. I from another timezone.
    31 March
    kirand kirand
    what are your thoughts regarding Federal Reserve Chair Jannet Yellen will speak--?
  • Squawk / 24 March 2014 at 11:30 GMT
    Sergej Rybalko Sergej Rybalko
    FX Dealer / Saxo Bank
    EURUSD: the initial pop after a better than expected French PMI was met with good supply in the 1,3825-30 area. A below expectations German PMI and renewed dovish talk by ECB’s Liikanen turned the pair around, sending it to a session low at 1,37635. Last week’s support level at 1,3750 should still be intact, whereas the upper area around 1,3820-30 is gaining importance as a crucial resistance level. Wouldn't be surprised if that’s the range for today, it’s Monday after all!
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    24 March
    Ken Veksler Ken Veksler
    Also regarding that 1.3820/30 area, currently hearing vague chatter of short term stops around there from leveraged names.
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