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  • Squawk / 10 May 2018 at 21:17 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    Continued-Part 3 USDJPY traders were unhappy with that currency pair ’s failure to crack above 110.00 earlier in Europe. It opened in just above support at 109.60 and continued down to 109.34, undermined by the CPI disappointment. Prices could not get above 109.60, and they closed at the day’s low.

    The commodity currency bloc rallied led by a 0.75% gain in AUDUSD. USDCAD continued to be undermined by high oil prices. NZDUSD gains on the back of broad US dollar weakness did not recoup all of its post-RBNZ statement weakness.

    Friday Focus: Canada is expected to add another 17, 400 jobs and keep the unemployment rate at the 40 year low of 5.8%. A higher than expected result, combined with high oil prices and short-term bearish US dollar sentiment could drive USDCAD to 1.2660.
    Chart: USDCAD 4 hour
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    12 May
    Are you sure? Are you sure?
    A TERRIBLE TRADING FLOOR
    13 May
    Patto Patto
    I suspect the problem is the Saxo guys take the day off whenever there is a holiday somewhere (anywhere !) in the EU/UK which means they are...
    13 May
    Are you sure? Are you sure?
    Without the outside contributers, trading floor is nothing.
  • Squawk / 09 May 2018 at 0:38 GMT
    Global Macro Strategist / Saxo Bank Group - Singapore Hub
    Singapore
    Trade View Update - Closing off the oil short at $70.19. Overall MTM on the Macro Monday Book is +6.40% YTD vs. c. +1-4% for Global Macro Funds YTD…

    Gooooooooood Morning & Happy macro Weds to the Asia Pacific... a good evening/night to the Americas, MEA & Europe...

    Yest KVP was speaking to some of you on simple puts & ptu spreads trades... that you could close off into & or post the event...

    The moves were big... close to -4% at one point...

    Which would have been great returns on the dwnside exposure...

    Yet would have been tough to close unless you were on the screens late Asia time...

    Two day range on WTI has been 70.84 / 67.63... we are now at $70.19...

    Where KVP closes off the short from $67.10... from few wks back... whilst it feels like closing at the highs... so far its been very tough to trade any of the dwnside moves...
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    09 May
    Kay Van-Petersen Kay Van-Petersen
    *Obviously everything from MM & the MM Book are solely views/opinions & not trading advice nor investment recommendation

    *The underlying idea behind MM & the MM Book...
    09 May
    MM77 MM77
    Hi K! Can the MM Book be visualized anywhere besides MM? THX
    6d
    Kay Van-Petersen Kay Van-Petersen
    Not for now - I am trying to push internally to get it put up on SaxoSelect... which would also allow folks to follow & if they...
  • 10 April
    marran marran
    sod's law! having closed out half my position 40 minutes ago it's now started to go up! lol
    10 April
    MM77 MM77
    I moved the stop at entry as the profit is tiny so far ...
    11 April
    marran marran
    i still think this trade has some potential
  • Squawk / 09 April 2018 at 0:22 GMT
    Global Macro Strategist / Saxo Bank Group - Singapore Hub
    Singapore
    TGIM & Happy Macro Monday, Hope everyone had a great wkd

    you know the drill...

    pls. join us in c. 8min on https://saxobank.adobeconnect.com/morning-call/

    As we take on WK 15… talking on:

    *FOMC + ECB Minutes

    *US & China Inflation… as well as overall take on Trade War Noise…

    *Why US Erns may give us that sustained boost in equities

    *High Conviction Trades in AussieDollar shorts (tgting 70-73c from these 77-79c lvls…) + NOKSEK longs… tgting 1.12 -1.15 range from these 1.05/1.07 lvls
    Read the Squawk
    09 April
    MM77 MM77
    Thx! I read the overview but the rec has more details ;)
    10 April
    Kay Van-Petersen Kay Van-Petersen
    :) Thx for making the time MM77
  • Trade view / 04 April 2018 at 2:37 GMT
    Short term
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    Buy

    USDJPY shows signs of recovery

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    Monitoring potential “impulsive” wave sequence from 104.60 March low. The short term support is at 106.40/106.00 with the short term upside potential toward 107.90 and 108.20/108.35
    Read the Trade View
    06 April
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Thanks, still plenty of Upside potential ahead
    06 April
    MM77 MM77
    Excellent trade idea Max! Sorry to hear you're leaving from Saxo. They look lately like the team who won the Champions League and now giving up the...
    06 April
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Very generous comments. Appreciated. Happy to onsend you my Forecasts Today
  • 28 March
    Patto Patto
    nicely explained Max. Will be interesting to see what happens to USD funding into month end (and Japan financial year end)
  • Article / 27 March 2018 at 9:07 GMT

    Gold is rallying, but what about silver?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold is rallying, but what about silver?
    Gold has once again returned to the $20 band between $1355/oz and $1375/oz that has provided resistance on numerous occasions during the past two years. The current rally may help silver attract some renewed attention given its relative cheapness to gold and the fact that hedge funds on March 20 held a record short.
    Read the article
    27 March
    Liam Conroy Liam Conroy
    thanks Ole
    liam
    27 March
    Clare Mac Carthy Clare Mac Carthy
    @JbKingTrader – Suggest you first work at The Economist and the FT for twenty years and then apply. I know that works ;-)
    27 March
    fxtime fxtime
    Well said Clare :-)
  • 27 March
    Alan M Alan M
    Ahhh, TF is loosing some of its veterans today, what a shame. Best of luck in the future Ian and Steve, keep on slayin the markets!
    27 March
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    Thanks Alan. The very best of luck to you
    27 March
    Pluis Pluis
    Thank you Ian, I will join PIA
  • 27 March
    Steve O'Hare - First 4 Trading Steve O'Hare - First 4 Trading
    Glad to assist Alki! It is always a pleasure!
    27 March
    Cat Cat
    Thanks for your input and work here. Best of luck!
    27 March
    MM77 MM77
    Hi Steve, great trade ideas especially on gold and silver (as far as I've been around)! All the best!
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