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  • Squawk / 04 December 2014 at 13:40 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Breaking: ECB President Draghi: ECB will reassess current stimulus next quarter (i.e., we will not see government QE now, but decision delayed until at least January meeting). EUR is backing up higher on this...
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    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    Draghi: (during Q&A) Doesn't need unanimity to decide on QE
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    Draghi " we discussed all assets, but gold" - negative for gold. Some apparently think this means that also purchases of foreign assets were included in the...
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    LeTaulier_Lmi LeTaulier_Lmi
    Considering the fall of the stock markets, I think that lot of traders should stop mistaking their dreams for reality. No full Q.E. announce now and no...
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    LeTaulier_Lmi LeTaulier_Lmi
    Those who are waiting a big announce of Draghi about QE will be disappointed. Something is very strange people who are the more excepting a QE live...
  • Squawk / 14 November 2014 at 10:07 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    EURJPY 145.00 resistance area in play - a break could lead to further large gains now that Euro Zone GDP figures this morning are out of the way. The Euro Zone figures were generally slightly upbeat, and the market is not at all positioned for positive news out of Europe. With JPY breaking to new broad lows in anticipation of Abe calling next week for an election and a delay to the sales tax hike, this could have EURJPY more or less matching any USDJPY gains, particularly as the former is trading near 145.00 and thus not far from new highs for the cycle and since the 145.70 high posted at the tail end of 2013. If the ECB is perceived as slow to realize its hoped for balance sheet expansion in the weeks ahead and equities continue to gun higher on the Bank of Japan's radical balance sheet expansion, we could be looking at 150+ in a hurry for EURJPY.
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  • Squawk / 11 November 2014 at 13:11 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Today's action not easy for the USD bulls. We have seen the USD selling off a bit after trying higher earlier in the day amid a distinct lack of interesting developments/news. It was a bit demoralizing for AUDUSD bears to see the pair bouncing from new local lows today that were also th 61.8% retracement of the latest upwave. The next resistance there remains the critical 0.8680 area where the pair found resistance on its latest rally attempt. Elsewhere, the key EURUSD resistance remains the 1.2500 area, while USDJPY support is the 115.50 area just broken today. A meaningful break of any of these levels would spoil the solid comeback the USD saw late yesterday. Stay tuned.
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  • Squawk / 10 November 2014 at 14:59 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The USD is firming after testing the outer limits of the tenuous pivot zone earlier today. Today saw a brief test of the pivotal 1.2500 level in EURUSD, which has so far survived after a momentary breach, with similar behaviour around 114.00 support in USDJPY early today. In AUDUSD so far, meanwhile, the important 0.8680/5 area Fibonacci retracement level has held.

    Tuesday is normally a session with more volatility than Monday, but we have a US Veterans Day banking holiday tomorrow (with US equities open, however), so the nervous action could drag out for a while longer unless something dramatic unfolds in the US session later today. For USD bulls to rest a bit more at ease, they will want the USD highs for the cycle challenged at mid-week and exceeded by the end of the week, when we see the German Oct. CPI estimate on Thursday and Euro Zone Oct. CPI estimate on Friday. The US Oct. Retail Sales release Friday will also receive considerable attention after the weak Sep. data.
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  • Video / 16 October 2014 at 12:03 GMT

    Step-by-step guide to buying Google stock ahead of Q3 earnings

    John J Hardy
    Google is about to release Q3 earnings figures. In Q2 the internet giant reported that it had grown revenues by 22% year over year. However, the firm has failed to meet expectations with five out of the last eight earnings reports. Will today see its sixth failure to impress? Saxo Bank's John Hardy gives us a step by step guide to buying Google stock.
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    Kerim Paker Kerim Paker
    Whats your reasoning for this buy John?
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    Angus Walker Angus Walker
    I don't think John was suggesting a buy, it was simply a quick guide to buying on the platform
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    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    Yes - showing how easily orders are placed on the platform was the general idea - this was for demonstration only.
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    fxtime fxtime
    LOL...HILFX we have all had those sort of painful days LOL.... I was lucky and got the bounce of the SMA13 H2 price break out but only...
    5y
    HILFX HILFX
    fxtime clearly you have a better strategy, better execution!!
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    fxtime fxtime
    Or just pure luck .... LOL
  • Video / 07 October 2014 at 9:59 GMT

    Jakobsen: My essential trades for Q4

    Steen Jakobsen
    We perhaps need to change our expectations for Q4. So says Steen Jakobsen, Saxo Bank's Chief Investment Officer. He's changed his trading strategy from investing heavily in core European bonds focusing far more in US fixed income. He explains his thinking and says concern over debt is going to take a much greater significance over the coming months.
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    fxtime fxtime
    The participation rate is very low imho. If we add the unemployed data of 5.9% (assuming this data encompasses the true unemployed level throughout the USA) then...
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