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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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  • Squawk / Sunday at 20:01 GMT
    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    EURUSD gaps at the open, much in the same way it did last weekend upon the announcement of the Greek referendum and fails to do little after. Sitting at basically the same level it gapped to last week (1.0975/85) with the only exception being a smaller gap (from a Friday close at 1.1110/20).

    Other crosses have had similar reactions, including the USDJPY, which now sits quietly and moderately well supported.

    The standout exception remains the AUDUSD which has taken out fresh multi year lows and trades heavily into 0.7450/60 presently. Chinese news and noise, coupled with softer iron ore and significant tech levels being taken out on Friday have all aided in the rather hasty decline of the Little Battler.
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    goldfinger goldfinger
    Do we revert to 1.11 the fig?
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    thewickedwiz thewickedwiz
    Dear Jim Earl, Greece has not regained sovereignty, it has gone bankrupt.
    This should have happened years ago but the politicians have been propping up banks since 2008.
    One...
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    fxtime fxtime
    goldfinger i targetted the easiest level for my trade eg the low of the final hour outside candle at 1.10620 for my take profit as that was...
  • Article / Friday at 11:45 GMT

    FX Noon: The sound of silence

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: The sound of silence
    Forex markets are quiet this Friday with the US closed for Independence Day and Greece on tenterhooks ahead of this weekend's referendum. That didn't stop the AUD from taking a tumble, however...
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  • Article / Thursday at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: The waiting game

    Consulting Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Morning Markets: The waiting game
    With the Greek talks closed until this weekend's referendum and USD traders cautiously awaiting today's nonfarm payrolls data, it could appear as if an uneasy calm has descended over markets. A quick glance at China, however, shows that calm is anything but a global rule.
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  • Article / 29 June 2015 at 13:15 GMT

    A sombre and unsavoury Greek saga

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    A sombre and unsavoury Greek saga
    This weekend China cut rates while Greece effectively cut its own throat. But while the Chinese story is more about equity market valuations than actual monetary policy, the Greek story is simply the epilogue to what has been a rather long, sombre and truthfully disgusting novel of crime and punishment.
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  • Article / 26 June 2015 at 11:00 GMT

    FX Noon: Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble
    It's all about Greece these days, except when it's about China. Last night saw the Shanghai Composite plunge, sparking fears of a bursting bubble in what is by some measures the world's largest economy. Athens, however, is still providing the most direction, or rather the most lack thereof.
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