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Saxo Capital Markets Australia

Uncertainty looms over Q3 2016 and beyond, but this isn’t necessarily a negative. If uncertainty is met by reforms and improvements, the present risk events could appear in hindsight as harbingers of positive change. Trading in Q3 will be about navigating the increased volatility, understanding how the social contract will... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

The Aussie Dollar plunged more than 200 basis points following the release of the quarterly CPI number for Australia on Wednesday 27-April. The -0.2% for the 1Q16 was the lowest in seven years. According to Sydney-bases Saxo Capital Markets' traders, the most recent price actions seem to indicate that "we... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

With the world's second largest economy about to take the largest annual holiday in the world: Chinese New Year. It's worth assessing the possibility of what would be a welcome and, arguably, overdue 'gift' from the Chinese central bank; the People's Bank of China. Saxo Capital Markets' analyst Kay Van-Petersen... Show More

John Robertson

Occasionally, movements in the prices of gold equities make sense. Eight months ago, I posted this wire https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/25893 outlining the latest results from my gold sector valuation model. It referred to the model’s four most overvalued and four most undervalued stocks (with the hope the latter four would subsequently perform... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

Yesterday’s strong rebound in the Aussie Dollar caught shorts off guard, a move that Saxo Capital Markets traders of the Australian desk had predicted just a week ago (see here: https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/28132). The ramp up of the Australian currency now is "potentially setting the stage for a test of the key... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

Greece’s seeming descent into chaos at the end of the 2Q has fashioned an intensely uncertain framework casting markets at the mercy of headline risk. It is with that ever-changing caveat that Saxo Bank, the parent company of Saxo Capital Markets, has published its Q3 Outlook. Saxo’s investment outlook for... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

The downtrend in the New Zealand dollar to the Canadian dollar (NZDCAD) exchange rate continues to build reasons to carry on, says Michael O'Neill, managing director at Canadian company Pythia FX Advisors. He describes the current trend “as if descending a set of stairs: decline, level off, decline, repeat”. O’Neill... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

All quiet on the trading floor, as stocks sit just below all-time highs - Saxo Capital Markets Australia Trading Desk brings you the latest in Australian markets: Trading activity has been quiet as it has been in recent sessions. With a lack of news and stocks sitting below all-time highs,... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

How emotions and personality are affecting your trading and investment: behavioural expert Gerald Ashley. Emotions and personality traits may get in the way of making the right trading decisions, behavioural expert and author Gerald Ashley explains the effects of anchoring, loss aversion and sunk cost bias. Ashley also warns that market... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

Saxo Capital Markets' new portal combines social features with its award-winning trading platform. The new beta version of TradingFloor.com, online social trading community transforms trading into a social experience. The new TradingFloor.com http://beta.tradingfloor.com/ allows traders around the world to follow other real traders, share their trades with peers in real-time... Show More