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  • Squawk / 07 May 2015 at 18:08 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    AUD Traders: Don't forget tonight's RBA Monetary Policy Statement, to be released at 0130 GMT. There is two-way risk on this release as it may confirm what the market perceived as a firm shift into neutral guidance from the RBA's Stevens at this Tuesday's meeting, despite the actual rate cut.Meanwhile, the flipside risk is that the market put too much emphasis on this perceived shift and that the statement contains a pointed phrase or two on the exchange rate or other comments on guidance as the RBA disapproves of how the market interpreted Stevens' comments.

    Even after the reaction, we'll have to contend with the implications of the US employment report later in the day for AUDUSD, which looks ready to pivot strongly one way or another into Friday's close with these two big event risks looming. The bears will want to see a close below 0.7800 to boost the technical argument in favour of a test of the 0.7533 lows. Bulls will hope for weak US payrolls and a close back above 0.8000.
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    TrevorC TrevorC
    yes agreed john that these are the two possibles for AUDUSD ..... but whats yours view on which way it will go? that wld help ....
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    colinwbarnes colinwbarnes
    going down to 7780 to 7800 imho
  • Video / 23 April 2015 at 8:38 GMT

    #SaxoStrats: Selling EURUSD

    John J Hardy
    Saxo Bank’s Head of FX Strategy John Hardy is looking to sell EURUSD ahead of the next FOMC meeting. In his latest #SaxoStrats video, John talks us through his trade and explains his reasons for it.
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    TrevorC TrevorC
    hi john - whats the update from you after todays move UP in EURUSD? Thanks
    4y
    TrevorC TrevorC
    ,...and of course I just came across Mr Colemans totally opposite view on here...(Collins: Bullish sentiment in EURUSD).....am very confused now re Saxo Strat.... any views gratefully...
  • Squawk / 15 April 2015 at 8:30 GMT
    Great Market Open Article again...quick question for you guys....how do I get such an article forwarded to mobile device email for instance every day as that would be most useful to read it to hand rather than sign in here etc etc thanks
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