COT: Bullish JPY bets reach November 2016 high
Head of Commodity Strategy
Summary: Speculators boosting their JPY long to a November 2016 high and the first short-covering in GBP since June were two of the highlights in last weeks report. Overall the dollar long stayed close to unchanged.
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Speculators kept an almost unchanged dollar long against ten IMM currency futures last week. The $12.4 billion long was close to the average seen during the past seven weeks. Selling of EUR, CAD and AUD was being off-set by the first GBP buying since June.
Biggest change was the 134% jump in the JPY net-long to 25k lots, the highest since November 2016.
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