Forex

Forex markets can be very volatile, particularly emerging market currencies, but even the major pairs can move dramatically on a central bank policy change, a political event, or on significant economic news. Saxo’s long history in the foreign exchange space gives us the ability to offer our clients a broad range of liquidity and competitive levels of leverage, as well as access to exotic currency pairs such as EURTRY (euro/Turkish lira), USDSGD (dollar/Singaporean dollar), USDZAR (dollar/South African rand) and many more.

Saxo Group's strategy team provide expert analysis of forex trends with a focus on macro fundamentals, technical analysis, geopolitical factors, and central bank activity. The SaxoTraderGO platform offers traders and investors access to over 100 forex pairs while our automated Trade Signals technology continually scans for potential forex trade opportunities based on chart patterns and success probability.

Forex, or foreign exchange, is the market space in which investors trade currencies. Some of the most widely-traded pairs include EURUSD (euro/dollar), GBPUSD (sterling/dollar), and USDJPY (dollar/yen). The forex trading market is global, decentralised, and trades 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. With over $5 trillion in currency traded each day, the forex space is the world’s largest and most liquid market.

Fear and loathing in FX

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


Dollar bears singing summertime blues

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


Sterling hammered by Brexit warning

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


FX focus on data and summit

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


COT: Reports for the week ending July 10

Ole Hansen

Head of Commodity Strategy, Saxo Bank Group


US dollar rally hits a CPI speed bump

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


US dollar pares overnight gains

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


Macro Monday week 28

Kay Van-Petersen

Global Macro Strategist, Saxo Bank Group


All quiet on the trade war front

Michael O’Neill

FX Trader, Loonieviews.net


EM FX Weekly: China intervenes to slow the CNY slide

John Hardy

Head of FX Strategy, Saxo Bank Group


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