Ole Hansen joined Saxo Bank in 2008 and has been Head of Commodity Strategy since 2010. He focuses on delivering strategies and analyses of the global commodity markets defined by fundamentals, market sentiment and technical developments.

Hansen is the author of the Weekly Commodity Update, which sets out the moves in commodities, and also provides clients with commodity related trade views under the #SaxoStrats brand. He is a regular contributor to both broadcast and print media including CNBC, Bloomberg, Reuters, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and the Telegraph.

Having worked 18 years in the City of London both on the sell-side and for a multi-asset hedge fund, Hansen is experienced in the fields of trading and investment and is a respected strategist, who regularly travels the world to meet with Saxo Bank clients.

Ole Hansen has a banking education from Danske Bank
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    US production rose 429,000 b/d during Q1 but with just one week left of the current quarter the rise in production has slowed to just 50,000 b/d...
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Special factors played its part in the production slump last week. Hurricane Cindy triggered reduced off-shore production. But overall we are seeing a trend of declining production...
    Vladimir M Vladimir M
    just in 1988 was this case (summer -winter price)
  • Article / Yesterday at 9:11 GMT

    Stock market wobble the missing link gold needs — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Stock market wobble the missing link gold needs — #SaxoStrats
    Gold has returned to the middle of the range that has developed during the past three months. Two failed breakout attempts during this time triggered selling and position adjustments from funds. While the weaker dollar and subdued bond yields have provided some support stocks have continued to rise, until now that is.
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  • Video / Yesterday at 8:14 GMT

    From the Floor: Markets hit by fit of ugly — #SaxoStrats

    Markets across asset classes staged an ugly session on Tuesday, and the Nasdaq slipped into fragile territory below its 50-day moving average. But the euro went on a "rip-roaring rally" after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi's remarks about inflation caught the FX markets off guard.
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  • 1d
    Market Predator Market Predator
    All correct, thanks Ole. I'm looking forward to hear from you in August again.
    chi2015 chi2015
    This is great stuff Ole, thanks for all your work
  • Video / Tuesday at 6:45 GMT

    Oil poised to rise: O'Hare

    Steve O'Hare - First 4 Trading
    Steve O’Hare, of, explains in a technical analysis of charts why he is trading WTI crude oil (US August ’17). O'Hare plans to set longs at current levels and on a dip towards $43/barrel. He will set a stop at $42/b and his targets are $45/b and $45.83/b.
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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 6:30 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    US crops rated good to excellent last week showed another decline in spring wheat to 40%, the lowest reading for this week since 1988. Corn was unchanged at 67 while soybeans dropped 1% to 66% against an expected rise. Cotton meanwhile dropped to 46% from 50% but stays above the 5-year average.
    All crops trading a tad higher this morning with wheat potentially the best supported following a near 50% correction of the June rally from $4.6 to $5.1
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  • Article / Monday at 12:23 GMT

    Why active investing is coming back

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Why active investing is coming back
    Active investing will make a comeback before the inefficiencies from rising passive investing are big enough to pay for the high-margin business of active investing. The main driver will be low realised returns of around 4% over the next decade on popular asset allocation strategies built on ETFs.
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  • 2d
    Market Predator Market Predator
    MP is glad you're back in Denmark, Sir. Congrats to your APAC mission.
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Thank you very much MP. Good to be back
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