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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 / 1 hour ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Commitments of Traders tables covering speculative positions in commodities, IMM currency, bonds and stock index futures for the week ending Tuesday February 20. Updates to follow on Monday
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    The Grinch The Grinch
    Think it may be time to give up expectations of interim downwards pressure. Just too much support to the upside including Saudi-Russian arms deals, geopolitics and now...
    1h
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    True, its adding an extra dimension to the whole supply and demand story.
  • Article / Thursday at 10:35 GMT

    El oro se juega el soporte clave de los 1.300 dólares

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    El oro busca apoyo en respuesta a un dólar más fuerte, unas agresivas minutas del FOMC y un rendimiento del bono a 10 años de los EE. UU. acercándose al 3%. El quinto intento fallido consecutivo (desde 2014) por romper más arriba también ha aumentado las preocupaciones s / t sobre una corrección más profunda.
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 10:34 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Renewed crude oil weakness ahead of EIA stock report at 1600 GMT. US crude oil inventories probably rose by 2.9 million barrels last week according a Bloomberg survey (attached). The IEA sees demand growth being covered by non-Opec suppliers over the next two years thereby leaving limited room for the Opec+ group to step away from the deal to curb production. While we believe the ceiling has been found we still need confirmation that a bottom has been established. The key support levels to focus on remain $61/b on Brent and $58/b on WTI.

    More on this and other commodities in our monthly webinar today at 1330 CET. Sign up here: https://t.co/FpoQegvifm
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    1d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    The US is exporting away its rising production. Last week net import slumped below 5m b/d as exports surged past 2m b/d
    1d
    Edgaras Edgaras
    Well imports / exports adds quite a bit of a bearish tone?
    1d
    matsuri matsuri
    Cushing inventories decrease because the USA is exporting oil and gaining market share that OPEC will be forced to get back later. what is more the USA...
  • Squawk / Thursday at 10:24 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Gold looking for support in response to a stronger dollar, hawkish FOMC minutes and US 10-yr yield approaching 3%. The fifth consecutive failure (since 2014) to break higher has also raised s/t concerns about a deeper correction. Key support being $1300/oz. Inflation concerns, renewed stock market weakness and weaker-than-expected econ data providing some support.
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 10:12 GMT
    Hi Ole: a question for the upcoming commodities webinar: Why is there persisting month to month backwardation in WTI? Is this a investment opportunity given surging US production and presumably unlikely future crude shortage in the US? I refer to e.g. endgame when March futures rollover ended in March/April contango. Cheers, Martin
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    2d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi cinci. I will indeed be talking about that later today. Slide attached
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