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  • Squawk / 22 August 2012 at 14:47 GMT
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    DOE inventories: Crude oil inventories dropped by more than expected, again primarily in the US Gulf Coast region due to low imports. Price reaction limited despite the drop. Please see attached for additional details.
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    AlanG AlanG
    Means there will be an increase?
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    Thanks Ole.
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    @AlanG: not necessarily as US crude inventories are still well above the five year average. Normally when we have these big discrepancies from the expected occur a...
  • Article / 13 August 2012 at 11:11 GMT

    Commodity momentum update: Corn about to turn?

    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    This new report looks at how some major commodities are technically behaving using momentum indicators. It gives an idea of current trends and indicates when a change in direction from slowing momentum may be about to occur. This week's focus: Corn.
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    Thanks. Good info.
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    veerthineni veerthineni
    Good Information
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    traaach traaach
    Hi, would you mind telling me which momemtum indicator are you using...thanks.
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    Thanks Ole.
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    fully agree Ken.
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    roadcz roadcz
    Ken, few weeks ago, you predicted 1.10 for USDCAD, has your outlook changed according to the latest CAD strenght? Or is it still in play and its...
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    Ali Murat Bilsel Ali Murat Bilsel
    I dont think we should believe any tech's in this illiquid market. The market closed above 1.2330 last week but despite the rally didnt continue above 1.2440...
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    Thanks for pointing out these market drivers.
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    good description.
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    fxtime fxtime
    Can the dollar show strength with the damocles sword of Bernanke suggesting another dollar devalue/QE3 being imminent ? I suspect (IMHO) this pairing may well be a...
  • Squawk / 26 July 2012 at 6:07 GMT
    GBPUSD 1 hour - could be a fake bearish scenario with surprise changes until end of week, e.g. stop hunt slightly above 1.5516 etc. to begin with. - No selling for me, and wait for confirmation of real buying interest, not just fake moves....:-)
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    Andreas Andreas
    what is the software that you use?
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    Rcernava Rcernava
    Looks like MT4
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    Andreas Andreas
    Thank you
  • Squawk / 23 July 2012 at 6:10 GMT
    GBPUSD current rate versus 10 y. UK Yields is an interesting long-term chart I noticed during the weekend.
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    I agree
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    Peter Bo Kiaer Peter Bo Kiaer
    My best guess is you will see similar problems. At least that rigid labour markets have made their products less competitive. In the pre Euro days you...
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    Peter Bo Kiaer Peter Bo Kiaer
    @YoyoFX thanks for the feedback
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    romanba romanba
    hm... thank you very much for the article and opinion. It looks like Europe enters very interesting time and entering EU and putting euro into operation is...
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    Topcop Topcop
    Watch for rebound. Looks like upward move coming.
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    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    well its proving stubborn thats or sure and NFP proximity complicates but signals remain soft and so looking for rallies around 1.5556/60 to be sold.
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    YokoFX YokoFX
    Let´s wait...You both are right...
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