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Long-term technically-driven strategies underpinned by indicators/pattern recognition
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Focus on Energy/Coffee futures and options

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  • 12 September
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Hello John. Could you please comment SEK? CPI print is weaker than expected and there is SEK appreciation"?!" Thx.
  • Video / 08 September 2017 at 7:27 GMT

    From the Floor: Weekend risk factors aplenty — #SaxoStrats

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    Investors looking to protect gains over the weekend should consider North Korea's Foundation Day, when the likelihood of a missile test is high, as well as Hurricane Irma's expected landfall in Florida. All in all, says Saxo's Andrew Bresler, it's not the sort of weekend one wants to go into long risk.
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  • Video / 07 September 2017 at 7:57 GMT

    From the Floor: Markets look to Draghi for clarity on QE—#SaxoStrats

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    Financial markets expect European Central Bank president Mario Draghi to bring some clarity to the ECB's plans for winding down its quantitative easing programme when he holds a news conference after today's meeting of the bank's governing council in Frankfurt. In other central bank news, US Fed vice chairman Stanley Fischer announced yesterday he would step in mid-October, and the Bank of Canada stunned with a surprise rate hike.
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  • Squawk / 05 September 2017 at 12:54 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Last week it was cotton rallying strongly as heavy rain in the aftermath of Harvey exposed 25% of the U.S. crop. The next and potential even bigger challenge to cotton and now also orange juice will be later this week when Hurricane Irma is expected to reach Florida. Irma has been upgraded to a devastating Category 5 hurricane with maximum winds of 280 km/h winds.
    JP Morgan in a report today said that If Hurricane Irma makes landfall between Florida and North Carolina approximately 45% of the cotton crop, will have been exposed at a formative stage.
    Florida's orange juice production could also be negatively impacted and as result the November contract jumped 6% on the opening and reached a high of 144.8 cents/lb (Limit up today = 146.50 cents/lb). Hedge funds hold a near record short position of 4.200 lots versus a daily average volume of less than 1,000 lots in the front month contract.
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  • 05 September
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
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  • 05 September
    George123 George123
    Van, can you update us on Bitcoin ? I like to buy when it comes back a little. Thanks
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