Denmark
Age 29
Trading strategy
Short-term mean reversion
Biography
Peter Garnry, CFA is the Head of Equity Strategy at Saxo Bank. All his work, both short-term trading and longer term valuation, is quantitatively driven based on statistical analysis. He publishes weekly research notes on the most liquid global equities, writes market commentaries on big market events, manage an asset allocation strategy called Global Beta, and actively trades a short-term mean reversion strategy. Prior to joining Saxo Bank, he co-founded a financial information company that delivered financial applications to retail investors.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 7:03 GMT
    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Glencore reports FY profits $4.29B vs $4.08B expected...
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  • Saxo TV / Monday at 11:18 GMT

    Garnry: Why I think Maersk is undervalued

    Peter Garnry
    The Danish company Maersk delivered strong Q4 results and Saxo's Peter Garnry says it's one to watch. That's despite the CEO of Maersk Line warning of a slow down in global trade growth. Peter explains why he thinks the company is undervalued.
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  • Article / Friday at 12:43 GMT

    Earnings Watch: Barclays in line of fire as UK banks disappoint

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Earnings Watch: Barclays in line of fire as UK banks disappoint
    Barclays reports FY14 result on Tuesday and with the recent streak of disappointing earnings releases from UK banks the shares will be in line of fire as shareholders could expect to be disappointed. Interestingly, the share price has not been under much pressure despite its peers' poor performances. This might be an opportunity for traders.
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    Barclays shares down 1.6% on $1.2B charge due to currency-rigging probe. Q4 EPS £0.068 vs £0.019 expected.
  • Article / Friday at 9:12 GMT

    From the floor: Japan flirts with deflation

    Deputy Editor / TradingFloor.com
    Denmark
    From the floor: Japan flirts with deflation
    Deflation rears its ugly head once more with the latest CPI numbers out of Japan clearly showing that the government's efforts to boost the economy haven't met much success. European benchmark bonds, meanwhile, are doing great ahead of the ECB's QE. In the FX sphere, the dollar is in demand and in equities, Airbus is flying high on its latest earnings report. Crude oil is still in the doldrums and the increasing contango is getting too burdensome for many ETF investors.
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  • Saxo TV / 25 February 2015 at 11:26 GMT

    Trade like a Pro - Who's in the lead?

    Peter Garnry
    The race is well and truly underway, with the Tinkoff-Saxo riders gritting their teeth and straining every sinew in the battle to the top of the Trade like a Pro leader board. Saxo Bank's Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry is our commentator as the top three riders surge ahead with portfolios starting to pay off. Their performance is analysed and their top picks assessed.
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