Denmark
Biography
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
Follow me on

Disclaimer

The Saxo Bank Group entities each provide execution-only service and access to Tradingfloor.com permitting a person to view and/or use content available on or via the website is not intended to and does not change or expand on this. Such access and use are at all times subject to (i) The Terms of Use; (ii) Full Disclaimer; (iii) The Risk Warning; (iv) the Rules of Engagement and (v) Notices applying to Tradingfloor.com and/or its content in addition (where relevant) to the terms governing the use of hyperlinks on the website of a member of the Saxo Bank Group by which access to Tradingfloor.com is gained. Such content is therefore provided as no more than information. In particular no advice is intended to be provided or to be relied on as provided nor endorsed by any Saxo Bank Group entity; nor is it to be construed as solicitation or an incentive provided to subscribe for or sell or purchase any financial instrument. All trading or investments you make must be pursuant to your own unprompted and informed self-directed decision. As such no Saxo Bank Group entity will have or be liable for any losses that you may sustain as a result of any investment decision made in reliance on information which is available on Tradingfloor.com or as a result of the use of the Tradingfloor.com. Orders given and trades effected are deemed intended to be given or effected for the account of the customer with the Saxo Bank Group entity operating in the jurisdiction in which the customer resides and/or with whom the customer opened and maintains his/her trading account. When trading through Tradingfloor.com your contracting Saxo Bank Group entity will be the counterparty to any trading entered into by you. Tradingfloor.com does not contain (and should not be construed as containing) financial, investment, tax or trading advice or advice of any sort offered, recommended or endorsed by Saxo Bank Group and should not be construed as a record of ourtrading prices, or as an offer, incentive or solicitation for the subscription, sale or purchase in any financial instrument. To the extent that any content is construed as investment research, you must note and accept that the content was not intended to and has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research and as such, would be considered as a marketing communication under relevant laws. Please read our disclaimers:
- Notification on Non-Independent Invetment Research
- Full disclaimer
- 沪ICP备13028953号-1

2784 Followers
Who is #SaxoStrats:

#SaxoStrats is our team of in-house strategists, covering insights and expert views across markets, asset classes and tradable instruments.

MEET THE TEAM
Write a Squawk to Ole Hansen
  • 21h
    ashrafj1 ashrafj1
    Hi Ole what is your view for Cotton
    20h
    matsuri matsuri
    the longer oil prices are high, the harder they will fall...I expect the WT to fall to range of 55-57 USD
  • Article / Yesterday at 8:56 GMT

    COT: Broad-based but fading dollar selling in week to Jan 16

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Broad-based but fading dollar selling in week to Jan 16
    Broad-based dollar selling, but on a smaller scale than the previous two weeks, helped increase the non-commercial dollar short to $11.5 billion in the week to January 16. A small reduction in the record euro long and JPY short covering were the two main drivers with additional buying of AUD and MXN also seen.
    Read the article
  • Squawk / Friday at 9:27 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The International Energy Agency has released its monthly Oil Market Report. Just like Opec in their report yesterday they have once again raised non-Opec production growth siting explosive growth in the US with additional barrels coming from Brazil and Canada. It highlights the potential risk to current prices given the impact on non-Opec producers ability to increase production. The next question is whether demand growth will begin to see adjustments with crude oil trading at a three year high.
    In our Q1 outlook released yesterday i highlighted these risks and together with the record speculative long we see the oil market risk skewed towards lower prices this quarter.
    Read the Squawk
    3d
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Hello Ole, MP is missing WCU. It's part of my Fridays closing bell.
  • 3d
    ChristianK ChristianK
    Hi Ole. Is there an instrument for trading this pair? Or do you trade each commodity via futures, CFDs, Etc? March futures contracts?
    1d
    Daniel CN Daniel CN
    Just read Russia added again a huge amount to their gold reserves. Bad news. One day the CBs shall move to the sell side again and then...
  • Squawk / Wednesday at 8:32 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold has paused ahead of a band of resistance between $1350 and $1357/oz. A renewed rise in dollar and bond yields the trigger with silver leading the weakness following a mini crash of 3% yesterday. Gold support at $1331 and $1326.5.
    Focus: US Congressional talks to avoid a government shutdown on Friday.

    Brent crude struggling to hold onto $70/b as the EIA forecast a February increase in US shale oil production of 111,000 b/d.
    Focus: OPEC’s monthly oil market report, China data and EIA's stock and production report all due Thursday. Surveys pointing to a ninth weekly stock draw. First key level of support on Brent at $66.8/b (chart)

    HG Copper has steadied after technical selling took it back to support at $3.18/lb. A stronger dollar, lower oil prices and long-liquidation combined with a big drop in Aluminum seen as drivers. Support at $3,18 and $3,14/lb
    Focus: Thursday's deluge of Chinese data including GDP, retail sales, industrial production and fixed asset investments.
    Read the Squawk
  • Article / 15 January 2018 at 14:03 GMT

    Gold taking full advantage of current dollar weakness — #SaxoStrats

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold taking full advantage of current dollar weakness — #SaxoStrats
    Gold has now moved within striking distance of the next area of resistance. Despite overstretched momentum indicators a correction remains elusive at this stage with gold being supported by continued dollar weakness and steady real yields amid rising inflation focus. Tail end protection against the risk of a stock market correction also seen as a factor.
    Read the article
Check your inbox for a mail from us to fully activate your profile. No mail? Have us re-send your verification mail