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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
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  • Squawk / 9 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Commitments of Traders report for the week ending June 20 covering commodities, IMM currencies, stock index and bond futures. Updates to follow on Monday.
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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 3:27 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    The weekly health check on US key crop conditions as of June 16. Corn was flat, soybeans improved, cotton fell back towards last years level while spring wheat conditions deteriorated further
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  • Squawk / Monday at 15:12 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT reports from the week ending June 13 covering commodities, IMM currency futures and financials
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    5d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Grains, metals, softs and energy
  • 5d
    sugardaddyFED sugardaddyFED
    No wonder - anyone else cover the CFTC report that Ole do on a weekly basis? :-)
    5d
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Brief info regarding COT is in Macro Monday published by KVP, see link below plese: https://saxobank.adobeconnect.com/_a720063299/peni8z6s2yca/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal
    5d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    good evening from Singapore. Just posted the tables
  • 16 June
    Vladimir M Vladimir M
    Grains shortsqueeze came the long-awaited
    16 June
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Dollar index really strenghten after FED this week, but it's interesting analyze DX from COT perspective. IMHO: no reason to applaude too much.
  • 15 June
    Market Predator Market Predator
    @PeterG: flattening of yield curve in long term (uninteresting of lending) is key message from GMC today. Great call 👍
  • Squawk / 14 June 2017 at 13:51 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Crude oil trades on the back foot ahead of EIA's 'Weekly Petroleum Status Report' at 1430 GMT. A double dose of price negative news has triggered the latest weakness. The API yesterday reported another counter seasonal rise in US crude inventories, this time by 2.75 million barrels. The IEA in their 'Monthly Oil Market Report' today said that non-Opec oil production growth could meet demand growth in 2018. This would leave limited room for Opec to increase production post the current 9 month extension.
    Today's EIA report is surveyed to show a drop in oil stocks by 2.4 million barrels and gasoline by 1.2 million. Last week saw total oil and fuel inventories rise by a combined 15.5 million barrels, the biggest weekly jump since 2008.
    That jump was triggered by lower exports together with higher imports and weaker refinery and gasoline demand (see table below). WTI needs a break above $47.80 before stabilizing
    IEA link: https://www.iea.org/oilmarketreport/omrpublic/
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    14 June
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Charts
    15 June
    Vladimir M Vladimir M
    Similarly in the heat icecream will be cheaper, because street vendors increased inventorys. - !
    3d
    bossanova_jazz bossanova_jazz
    How about the LPG price ?? Is there any side effect from qatar banned?
  • Squawk / 14 June 2017 at 12:38 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Ugly US data ahead of FOMC meeting. US May CPI data came in lower than expected (+1.7% for the core year-on-year was the biggest downer for those looking for reflation) and headline retail sales actually fell in May, while the core was out at 0.0% month-on-month. This is very weak data and has the market looking for an even more dovish tilt from the Fed at tonight's meeting. We're watching US yields as a barometer for USD weakness - as a push to new lows for the cycle would weigh on the US dollar. Hard to see the Fed trying to entirely look through this data.
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    14 June
    Market Predator Market Predator
    US10Y significantly above 200DMA!
    14 June
    Kim Cramer Larsson Kim Cramer Larsson
    Technical
    The US 10 Year Note is forming what looks like an Ascending triangle/Rising wedge. The upper line is rising slightly hence the reason for it could...
    14 June
    Morris Morris
    Kim in terms of US rate hike what does this chart suggest?
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