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Saxo Capital Markets UK offers private investors online trading and investment in FX, CFDs, EFTFs, Stocks, Futures, Options and ther derivatives and online wealth management for Funds, Shares, EFTFs. Certificates and Bonds.

Saxo Capital Markets UK also offers online trading services to a broad institutional client base including Hedge Funds, Introducing Brokers and Money Managers.

Saxo Capital Markets UK limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Saxo Bank A/S, the parent company of the Saxo Bank Group, an international financial services group specialising in trading and investment across global financial markets.

Saxo Bank has operated in the UK since March 2006, initially a branch of Saxo Bank A/S and since January 1 2012 as Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited.

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  • Article / 16 April 2015 at 6:19 GMT

    Market Open: US jobless claims, housing market data in the mix

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    Market Open: US jobless claims, housing market data in the mix
    European markets are expected to open mostly lower Thursday. Market participants will focus on the European Central Bank’s survey of professional forecasters. Moreover, today’s meeting between Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis and US president Barack Obama in Washington will also be tracked, especially after Standard and Poor’s lowered its long-term credit rating for Greece by one notch. Across the Atlantic, investors will keep a close watch on US weekly jobless claims, housing market data as well as the Philadelphia business activity index for further direction.
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  • Article / 24 March 2015 at 7:20 GMT

    Market Open: Focus on Markit PMIs across Europe, US

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: Focus on Markit PMIs across Europe, US
    European markets are expected to open lower Tuesday. Market participants look forward to Markit manufacturing and services activity data in the Eurozone, Germany and France for cues on Europe’s economic health, especially following weak Chinese manufacturing data released early today. In the US, the focus will be on consumer price inflation and Markit manufacturing purchasing managers’ index data. Additionally, reports on new home sales and Richmond Manufacturing index will attract market attention.
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  • Article / 02 February 2015 at 7:14 GMT

    Market Open: Manufacturing PMIs to provide guide to Eurozone strength

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: Manufacturing PMIs to provide guide to Eurozone strength
    European markets are expected to open lower Monday. Market participants will keep a close eye on Markit manufacturing data in the Eurozone, in Germany and other European nations. Meanwhile, Greek debt talks with European partners will also be in focus. Across the Atlantic, traders will keep a tab on US Institute for Supply Management manufacturing data which is expected to show that activity in the manufacturing sector expanded at a slower pace in January. Moreover, the US Markit manufacturing index along with personal income, spending and consumption data will also attract market attention.
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  • Article / 30 January 2015 at 7:10 GMT

    Market Open: Raft of economic data will keep traders busy

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: Raft of economic data will keep traders busy
    European markets are expected to open higher Friday. Market participants will keep a tab on Eurozone unemployment rate and consumer price inflation data. Further, German retail sales, French producer prices as well as Spanish economic growth data will be keenly scrutinised. In the US, investors will focus on gross domestic product data which is expected to show that the nation’s economy grew at a slower pace in the fourth quarter. Additionally, US Reuters/Michigan consumer sentiment and personal consumption data will attract market.
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  • Article / 23 January 2015 at 7:26 GMT

    Market Open: PMIs across Europe in focus; Greek elections eyed

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: PMIs across Europe in focus; Greek elections eyed
    European markets are expected to open higher Friday, extending yesterday’s gains which were triggered after the European Central Bank unveiled a monthly EUR 60 billion bond buying programme through September 2016 in order to revive the Eurozone’s economy. Later today, market participants will focus on Markit manufacturing and services data in the Eurozone, Germany and in France. Across the Atlantic, US Markit manufacturing data, leading indicator and existing home sales data will be keenly eyed. Meanwhile, traders also look forward to the Greek parliamentary elections this weekend.
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  • Article / 19 January 2015 at 7:30 GMT

    Market Open: Europe begins higher ahead of ECB meeting

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: Europe begins higher ahead of ECB meeting
    European markets are expected to open higher on Monday. Market participants will keep a tab on Eurozone current account and construction output data along with Swiss producer and import price figures due later today. Moreover, traders keenly await the monetary policy meeting of the European Central Bank later this week, wherein the ECB is expected to announce additional stimulus measures. US markets will be closed today on account of Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
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  • Article / 16 January 2015 at 7:18 GMT

    Market Open: SNB shocks markets; EU, German CPI eyed

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: SNB shocks markets; EU, German CPI eyed
    European markets are expected to open lower Friday. Meanwhile, traders continue to mull over the Swiss National Bank’s shock decision to discontinue the minimum exchange rate of CHF 1.20 per EUR and to lower interest rates in negative territory. Later today, market participants will keep a tab on consumer price inflation data in the Eurozone and Germany for cues on the strength of the European economy. Across the Atlantic, traders will track the US Reuters/Michigan consumer sentiment index, which is expected to show an improvement in January.
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  • Article / 14 January 2015 at 7:33 GMT

    Market Open: Negative sentiment prevails amid oil concerns

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: Negative sentiment prevails amid oil concerns
    European markets are expected to open lower Wednesday as oil prices continue to decline after an oil minister from the OPEC indicated yesterday that it would stick to its decision to keep oil output unchanged. Adding to the negative sentiment, the World Bank cut its global growth forecasts for 2015 and 2016. Later today, traders will keep a tab on Eurozone industrial production as well as French and Italian consumer price inflation data for further direction. Market participants will also keep a close eye on the US Federal Reserve's Beige Book business survey along with US retail sales data.
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  • Article / 09 January 2015 at 7:03 GMT

    Market Open: US nonfarm payrolls data in spotlight

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    United Kingdom
    Market Open: US nonfarm payrolls data in spotlight
    European markets are expected to open lower Friday ahead of the release of US nonfarm payrolls data. In addition, the US unemployment rate will be closely tracked, which is expected to show a fall in December. Closer to home, trade balance and industrial production data from Germany, France and the UK will attract market attention. Economic growth estimate figures in the UK will also be on traders’ radars for further direction.
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