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  • Article / 08 August 2018 at 9:40 GMT

    Gold stabilising as dollar rally looks tired

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold stabilising as dollar rally looks tired
    Gold trades higher for a second day as trade tensions between the US and China escalate and the recent dollar rally looks tired. Key currencies like the EUR, JPY and CNY are all trading higher against the dollar. Speculators hold the biggest dollar long against nine IMM currency futures since January 2017, while hedge funds hold a record short in gold. Dollar long liquidation may therefore help trigger short-covering in gold and other metals.
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    09 August
    Jadira F. Norton Jadira F. Norton
    Bloomberg///amazing update on the progress of Gold settlement:::
    10 August
    Forex Signals Forex Signals
    amzing
    26 November
    mitinnikolay mitinnikolay
    Dear Sir/Madam

    I am MITIN NIKOLAY SERGEEVICH the Managing Director to ZAO REGIONNEFTETRANS OIL/GAS. We are a certified and authorized mandate that supply Oil and Gas products to...
  • Trade view / 08 August 2018 at 8:07 GMT
    Medium term
    /
    Buy

    Trade View: Long AUDUSD

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    If China is set to launch another round of stimulus to stave off the risk of its recent deleveraging attempts leading to a hard landing, Australia’s currency would benefit from the injection of fresh cash and mining activity. We enter half a position here at the 0.74225-50 area.
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    10 August
    Forex Signals Forex Signals
    good
    12 August
    Aequitas Aequitas
    Joined it as well, though trump erdogan are all putting some salt in this soup
    13 August
    marran marran
    well that didn't go well
  • 04 June
    MyTrade MyTrade
    How low this once excellent page has gone is tremendous.
    05 June
    Treve Treve
    well said guys! has all gone to the birds as they say, I subscribe now to Max McKegg and that is enough for me!!
    05 June
    MyTrade MyTrade
    Rememer, end of the cycle like no other. Buy everything and then wonder what story for Q318 will be created. All material had been recycled :). SELL...
  • 01 June
    MM77 MM77
    Just two questions: 1. why not wait till after the FOMC (see KVP's point of view)? 2. why not go long on XAUEUR if besides technical levels...
  • Squawk / 30 May 2018 at 21:12 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: [Part 3... Wednesday Focus: Month-end portfolio rebalancing flows will be the primary driver of EURUSD moves. Various models suggest sizeable EURUSD demand for the 1600 GMT fix.

    EURUSD is in a minor intraday uptrend looking for a break above 1.1670 to extend gains to 1.1750.
    Chart: EURUSD 30 minute
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    31 May
    MM77 MM77
    Good call on the EURUSD!
  • Trade view / 28 May 2018 at 9:14 GMT
    Medium term
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    Buy

    Trade View: Seeking breakout in long gold vs euro

    Global Macro Strategist / Saxo Bank Group - Singapore Hub
    Singapore
    Picking up a long gold vs. euro exposure for the Macro Monday book, this is a partial hedge to the USD longs in the book, as well as wanting a bearish skew on euro, with what looks like support from the charts – potential breakout in the making,
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    28 May
    MM77 MM77
    Great idea K! I opened a long @ 1108 right after watching the MM this morning ;)
  • 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.
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