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  • Squawk / 31 October 2016 at 11:24 GMT
    John - could you give your feedback of your view regarding the USDZAR ? Highly appreciate your guidance - great even with some indicated figures. Thanks, Rob
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    2y
    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    USDZAR chasing the commodity price resurgence - very misguided, given the risks to EM from risk aversion and higher US rates down the road - but no...
  • 3y
    AlexF AlexF
    Hi John could you have a more detailed analysis on USDTRY not really talked much
    3y
    Rob Cz Rob Cz
    Hi John, thanks for your professional overall inside view regarding the USDZAR - could you may underline your forecast with some figures for guidance as at the...
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    Klauss Klauss
    Thanks for your vídeo
  • 2y
    Rob Cz Rob Cz
    Peter, any outlook from your side for today's Nvidia Q3 earning ?
  • Squawk / 25 August 2016 at 8:21 GMT
    Georgio - thanks for yesterdays advise during Ole Hanson's commodities webinar regarding your Future Option for gold for 34 days to sell for strike price 1330 and at same time to buy at 1325. Could you kindly advise your update view for today as gold price slide down a bit or would you still go for the same figures for this trade ? Thanks, Rob
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    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    Hey Rob - thanks for your question and tuning in. Obviously gold took a plunge yesterday but with a limited risk strategy, e.g. 1330/1325 or variation 1325/1320...
  • Article / 10 November 2014 at 10:08 GMT

    High buyback-ratio stocks surge past S&P 500

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    High buyback-ratio stocks surge past S&P 500
    The S&P 500 companies that have spent the most on share buybacks have outperformed the overall index by almost 2 percentage points this year. As a result, this has been one of the more successful alpha sources for active managers over the past 10 months.
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    Rob Cz Rob Cz
    Peter, any outlook from your side for today's Nvidia Q3 earning ?
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