Morning Call

Join Saxo Group strategists Steen Jakobsen, John Hardy, Peter Garnry, Ole Hansen, Christopher Dembik, Simon Fasdal, and others from the Saxo team as they track the movements of the previous day’s US and APAC sessions, go over the data calendar, give their thoughts on major market moves and trends, and prepare clients for the upcoming trading day.

Offering technical analysis of short- and long-term charts, viewpoints on the directions taken by central banks on policymakers, examination of cross-asset correlations, and long-term views on macro trends, currencies, equities, industrial sectors, commodities, bonds, and more, Saxo’s Morning Call is the key point of daily contact between our experts and the broader public.

We are pleased to offer real-time access to our chief economist and strategy team as part of our greater effort towards increased transparency, flexibility, and leadership in the field of online investing.

Saxo’s Morning Call is held every weekday at 08:40 CET before European markets open. The Morning Call features real-time analysis from Saxo’s strategy team on the key factors, trends, and movements occurring in forex, equities, commodities, and in fixed income markets. A unique look into the minds of Saxo’s expert strategists, the Morning Call can be joined live or viewed as a video shortly after the live session ends.

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Michael McKenna

Head of Editorial Content, Saxo Bank Group


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Head of Editorial Content, Saxo Bank Group


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Michael McKenna

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Complacency rules, despite Trump's tariff debut

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