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Crude oil comment: Hitting $70/bl - Are there any buyers left? : 2018-01-12

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Crude oil comment

Friday, January 12

 

 

Hitting $70/bl ? Are there any buyers left?

Yesterday Brent crude hit the 2015 high of $69.63/bl before crossing the $70/bl line with an intraday high of $70.05/bl (and thus the highest since 2014) while in the end closing below again at $69.26/bl (+0.09% on the day). We think that the market is as bullish as it gets at this point with little further upside left for now. Next week we are likely going to see that US shale oil production continues to grow at a marginal, annualized pace of about 1.2 m bl/d (+100 k bl/d from Jan to Feb). Later in the week the IEA will publish the OECD inventories. We expect that they are getting increasingly closer to the five year rolling average which likely is OPEC & Co?s target. Speculative positions are record high and technically at the most over-bought level since 2011. Today Donald Trump may give crude oil prices a last ?omph? upwards as he?s likely to refuse to waive the Iran sanctions for a second time. However, this is probably as good as it gets on the upside this time around.

We have had an almost uninterrupted crude oil price rally since June 21st last year supported by declining inventories, declining USD Index, rising global PMIs, disruptions of important oil pipelines, renewed promises by OPEC & Co, no uptick in US oil rig count, increasing risk for renewed sanctions towards Iran and lastly biting cold US weather.

This relentless bull-rally has attracted more and more speculative money into the front end of the crude oil curve while producers have utilized the opportunity to sell further out.

This has led to an increasing steepening backwardation of the Brent crude oil curve. This has attracted yet more speculative money into oil because of the increasing positive roll-yield. Investors are now hand a marginal annualized return of 8% even if Brent spot only goes sideways. Backwardation and rising speculative positions typically feed on it selves.

Today the net long speculative position in Brent and WTI crude is record high in contract and at or very close to record positioning in dollar terms at close to $80bn.

While US east coast oil traders today are shrouded in bitter cold weather they will in 10 days? time be sitting in above normal temperatures again.

Next week we?ll have the US EIA drilling productivity report (Jan 16) which we expect will show that US shale oil production will grow by close to 100 k bl/d/mth from Jan to Feb which is equal to a marginal annualized production growth rate of 1.2 m bl/d. Thus US shale oil production is growing strongly due to a high and increasing completion of wells.

Later in the week on Fri 19th we?ll have the IEA report which is likely to show that the OECD inventories are getting increasingly closer to the rolling 5-year average. OPEC & Co has promised the market to bring inventories down to the 5-year average but has not explicitly stated which 5-year normal. The market expects cuts to be maintained to the end of 2018. However, if the target is reached then OPEC & Co could gradually increase production.

Do remember Iran?s oil minister earlier in the week stating that OPEC does not want Brent above $60/bl since they fear it will stimulate US shale oil production too much. Well, next week we are likely going to see evidence of continued strongly growing US shale oil production and OECD inventories getting rapidly closer to the rolling 5-year average.

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Dessa rekommendationer skall inte ses som någon modellportfölj utan som generella riktlinjer i aktier som givit tekniska signaler. Hur man vill använda dessa signaler är upp till var och en. Några av er läsare kanske bara har en portfölj med innehav och använder köpsignalerna till att köpa och säljsignalerna till att ta hem vinst. Andra kanske använder signalerna som underlag för trading med både köp och blankning. En annan strategi är att försöka bedöma vart OMX-index är på väg och sedan favorisera signaler i samma riktning. Alla har olika uppfattningar om var börsen är på väg. Av denna förklaring försöker vi komma med publikationer innehållandes säljsignaler även om vi själva tror att börsen är på väg upp, och vice versa.

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Crude oil comment: Hitting $70/bl - Are there any buyers left? : 2018-01-12

Råvaror: Olja, guld mm


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Crude oil comment

Friday, January 12

 

 

Hitting $70/bl ? Are there any buyers left?

Yesterday Brent crude hit the 2015 high of $69.63/bl before crossing the $70/bl line with an intraday high of $70.05/bl (and thus the highest since 2014) while in the end closing below again at $69.26/bl (+0.09% on the day). We think that the market is as bullish as it gets at this point with little further upside left for now. Next week we are likely going to see that US shale oil production continues to grow at a marginal, annualized pace of about 1.2 m bl/d (+100 k bl/d from Jan to Feb). Later in the week the IEA will publish the OECD inventories. We expect that they are getting increasingly closer to the five year rolling average which likely is OPEC & Co?s target. Speculative positions are record high and technically at the most over-bought level since 2011. Today Donald Trump may give crude oil prices a last ?omph? upwards as he?s likely to refuse to waive the Iran sanctions for a second time. However, this is probably as good as it gets on the upside this time around.

We have had an almost uninterrupted crude oil price rally since June 21st last year supported by declining inventories, declining USD Index, rising global PMIs, disruptions of important oil pipelines, renewed promises by OPEC & Co, no uptick in US oil rig count, increasing risk for renewed sanctions towards Iran and lastly biting cold US weather.

This relentless bull-rally has attracted more and more speculative money into the front end of the crude oil curve while producers have utilized the opportunity to sell further out.

This has led to an increasing steepening backwardation of the Brent crude oil curve. This has attracted yet more speculative money into oil because of the increasing positive roll-yield. Investors are now hand a marginal annualized return of 8% even if Brent spot only goes sideways. Backwardation and rising speculative positions typically feed on it selves.

Today the net long speculative position in Brent and WTI crude is record high in contract and at or very close to record positioning in dollar terms at close to $80bn.

While US east coast oil traders today are shrouded in bitter cold weather they will in 10 days? time be sitting in above normal temperatures again.

Next week we?ll have the US EIA drilling productivity report (Jan 16) which we expect will show that US shale oil production will grow by close to 100 k bl/d/mth from Jan to Feb which is equal to a marginal annualized production growth rate of 1.2 m bl/d. Thus US shale oil production is growing strongly due to a high and increasing completion of wells.

Later in the week on Fri 19th we?ll have the IEA report which is likely to show that the OECD inventories are getting increasingly closer to the rolling 5-year average. OPEC & Co has promised the market to bring inventories down to the 5-year average but has not explicitly stated which 5-year normal. The market expects cuts to be maintained to the end of 2018. However, if the target is reached then OPEC & Co could gradually increase production.

Do remember Iran?s oil minister earlier in the week stating that OPEC does not want Brent above $60/bl since they fear it will stimulate US shale oil production too much. Well, next week we are likely going to see evidence of continued strongly growing US shale oil production and OECD inventories getting rapidly closer to the rolling 5-year average.

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Dessa rekommendationer skall inte ses som någon modellportfölj utan som generella riktlinjer i aktier som givit tekniska signaler. Hur man vill använda dessa signaler är upp till var och en. Några av er läsare kanske bara har en portfölj med innehav och använder köpsignalerna till att köpa och säljsignalerna till att ta hem vinst. Andra kanske använder signalerna som underlag för trading med både köp och blankning. En annan strategi är att försöka bedöma vart OMX-index är på väg och sedan favorisera signaler i samma riktning. Alla har olika uppfattningar om var börsen är på väg. Av denna förklaring försöker vi komma med publikationer innehållandes säljsignaler även om vi själva tror att börsen är på väg upp, och vice versa.

Disclaimer Axiers publikationer skall endast ses som generella kommentarer om marknaden och inte som rekommendationer att köpa eller sälja finansiella värdepapper. Axier tar inte ansvar för varken direkta eller indirekta finansiella skador som uppstår vid användning av dessa publikationer.

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Crude oil comment: Hitting $70/bl - Are there any buyers left? : 2018-01-12

Råvaror: Olja, guld mm


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Crude oil comment

Friday, January 12

 

 

Hitting $70/bl ? Are there any buyers left?

Yesterday Brent crude hit the 2015 high of $69.63/bl before crossing the $70/bl line with an intraday high of $70.05/bl (and thus the highest since 2014) while in the end closing below again at $69.26/bl (+0.09% on the day). We think that the market is as bullish as it gets at this point with little further upside left for now. Next week we are likely going to see that US shale oil production continues to grow at a marginal, annualized pace of about 1.2 m bl/d (+100 k bl/d from Jan to Feb). Later in the week the IEA will publish the OECD inventories. We expect that they are getting increasingly closer to the five year rolling average which likely is OPEC & Co?s target. Speculative positions are record high and technically at the most over-bought level since 2011. Today Donald Trump may give crude oil prices a last ?omph? upwards as he?s likely to refuse to waive the Iran sanctions for a second time. However, this is probably as good as it gets on the upside this time around.

We have had an almost uninterrupted crude oil price rally since June 21st last year supported by declining inventories, declining USD Index, rising global PMIs, disruptions of important oil pipelines, renewed promises by OPEC & Co, no uptick in US oil rig count, increasing risk for renewed sanctions towards Iran and lastly biting cold US weather.

This relentless bull-rally has attracted more and more speculative money into the front end of the crude oil curve while producers have utilized the opportunity to sell further out.

This has led to an increasing steepening backwardation of the Brent crude oil curve. This has attracted yet more speculative money into oil because of the increasing positive roll-yield. Investors are now hand a marginal annualized return of 8% even if Brent spot only goes sideways. Backwardation and rising speculative positions typically feed on it selves.

Today the net long speculative position in Brent and WTI crude is record high in contract and at or very close to record positioning in dollar terms at close to $80bn.

While US east coast oil traders today are shrouded in bitter cold weather they will in 10 days? time be sitting in above normal temperatures again.

Next week we?ll have the US EIA drilling productivity report (Jan 16) which we expect will show that US shale oil production will grow by close to 100 k bl/d/mth from Jan to Feb which is equal to a marginal annualized production growth rate of 1.2 m bl/d. Thus US shale oil production is growing strongly due to a high and increasing completion of wells.

Later in the week on Fri 19th we?ll have the IEA report which is likely to show that the OECD inventories are getting increasingly closer to the rolling 5-year average. OPEC & Co has promised the market to bring inventories down to the 5-year average but has not explicitly stated which 5-year normal. The market expects cuts to be maintained to the end of 2018. However, if the target is reached then OPEC & Co could gradually increase production.

Do remember Iran?s oil minister earlier in the week stating that OPEC does not want Brent above $60/bl since they fear it will stimulate US shale oil production too much. Well, next week we are likely going to see evidence of continued strongly growing US shale oil production and OECD inventories getting rapidly closer to the rolling 5-year average.

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Dessa rekommendationer skall inte ses som någon modellportfölj utan som generella riktlinjer i aktier som givit tekniska signaler. Hur man vill använda dessa signaler är upp till var och en. Några av er läsare kanske bara har en portfölj med innehav och använder köpsignalerna till att köpa och säljsignalerna till att ta hem vinst. Andra kanske använder signalerna som underlag för trading med både köp och blankning. En annan strategi är att försöka bedöma vart OMX-index är på väg och sedan favorisera signaler i samma riktning. Alla har olika uppfattningar om var börsen är på väg. Av denna förklaring försöker vi komma med publikationer innehållandes säljsignaler även om vi själva tror att börsen är på väg upp, och vice versa.

Disclaimer Axiers publikationer skall endast ses som generella kommentarer om marknaden och inte som rekommendationer att köpa eller sälja finansiella värdepapper. Axier tar inte ansvar för varken direkta eller indirekta finansiella skador som uppstår vid användning av dessa publikationer.

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Crude oil comment: Hitting $70/bl - Are there any buyers left? : 2018-01-12

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Crude oil comment

Friday, January 12

 

 

Hitting $70/bl ? Are there any buyers left?

Yesterday Brent crude hit the 2015 high of $69.63/bl before crossing the $70/bl line with an intraday high of $70.05/bl (and thus the highest since 2014) while in the end closing below again at $69.26/bl (+0.09% on the day). We think that the market is as bullish as it gets at this point with little further upside left for now. Next week we are likely going to see that US shale oil production continues to grow at a marginal, annualized pace of about 1.2 m bl/d (+100 k bl/d from Jan to Feb). Later in the week the IEA will publish the OECD inventories. We expect that they are getting increasingly closer to the five year rolling average which likely is OPEC & Co?s target. Speculative positions are record high and technically at the most over-bought level since 2011. Today Donald Trump may give crude oil prices a last ?omph? upwards as he?s likely to refuse to waive the Iran sanctions for a second time. However, this is probably as good as it gets on the upside this time around.

We have had an almost uninterrupted crude oil price rally since June 21st last year supported by declining inventories, declining USD Index, rising global PMIs, disruptions of important oil pipelines, renewed promises by OPEC & Co, no uptick in US oil rig count, increasing risk for renewed sanctions towards Iran and lastly biting cold US weather.

This relentless bull-rally has attracted more and more speculative money into the front end of the crude oil curve while producers have utilized the opportunity to sell further out.

This has led to an increasing steepening backwardation of the Brent crude oil curve. This has attracted yet more speculative money into oil because of the increasing positive roll-yield. Investors are now hand a marginal annualized return of 8% even if Brent spot only goes sideways. Backwardation and rising speculative positions typically feed on it selves.

Today the net long speculative position in Brent and WTI crude is record high in contract and at or very close to record positioning in dollar terms at close to $80bn.

While US east coast oil traders today are shrouded in bitter cold weather they will in 10 days? time be sitting in above normal temperatures again.

Next week we?ll have the US EIA drilling productivity report (Jan 16) which we expect will show that US shale oil production will grow by close to 100 k bl/d/mth from Jan to Feb which is equal to a marginal annualized production growth rate of 1.2 m bl/d. Thus US shale oil production is growing strongly due to a high and increasing completion of wells.

Later in the week on Fri 19th we?ll have the IEA report which is likely to show that the OECD inventories are getting increasingly closer to the rolling 5-year average. OPEC & Co has promised the market to bring inventories down to the 5-year average but has not explicitly stated which 5-year normal. The market expects cuts to be maintained to the end of 2018. However, if the target is reached then OPEC & Co could gradually increase production.

Do remember Iran?s oil minister earlier in the week stating that OPEC does not want Brent above $60/bl since they fear it will stimulate US shale oil production too much. Well, next week we are likely going to see evidence of continued strongly growing US shale oil production and OECD inventories getting rapidly closer to the rolling 5-year average.

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Dessa rekommendationer skall inte ses som någon modellportfölj utan som generella riktlinjer i aktier som givit tekniska signaler. Hur man vill använda dessa signaler är upp till var och en. Några av er läsare kanske bara har en portfölj med innehav och använder köpsignalerna till att köpa och säljsignalerna till att ta hem vinst. Andra kanske använder signalerna som underlag för trading med både köp och blankning. En annan strategi är att försöka bedöma vart OMX-index är på väg och sedan favorisera signaler i samma riktning. Alla har olika uppfattningar om var börsen är på väg. Av denna förklaring försöker vi komma med publikationer innehållandes säljsignaler även om vi själva tror att börsen är på väg upp, och vice versa.

Disclaimer Axiers publikationer skall endast ses som generella kommentarer om marknaden och inte som rekommendationer att köpa eller sälja finansiella värdepapper. Axier tar inte ansvar för varken direkta eller indirekta finansiella skador som uppstår vid användning av dessa publikationer.

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Crude oil comment: Hitting $70/bl - Are there any buyers left? : 2018-01-12

Råvaror: Olja, guld mm


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Crude oil comment

Friday, January 12

 

 

Hitting $70/bl ? Are there any buyers left?

Yesterday Brent crude hit the 2015 high of $69.63/bl before crossing the $70/bl line with an intraday high of $70.05/bl (and thus the highest since 2014) while in the end closing below again at $69.26/bl (+0.09% on the day). We think that the market is as bullish as it gets at this point with little further upside left for now. Next week we are likely going to see that US shale oil production continues to grow at a marginal, annualized pace of about 1.2 m bl/d (+100 k bl/d from Jan to Feb). Later in the week the IEA will publish the OECD inventories. We expect that they are getting increasingly closer to the five year rolling average which likely is OPEC & Co?s target. Speculative positions are record high and technically at the most over-bought level since 2011. Today Donald Trump may give crude oil prices a last ?omph? upwards as he?s likely to refuse to waive the Iran sanctions for a second time. However, this is probably as good as it gets on the upside this time around.

We have had an almost uninterrupted crude oil price rally since June 21st last year supported by declining inventories, declining USD Index, rising global PMIs, disruptions of important oil pipelines, renewed promises by OPEC & Co, no uptick in US oil rig count, increasing risk for renewed sanctions towards Iran and lastly biting cold US weather.

This relentless bull-rally has attracted more and more speculative money into the front end of the crude oil curve while producers have utilized the opportunity to sell further out.

This has led to an increasing steepening backwardation of the Brent crude oil curve. This has attracted yet more speculative money into oil because of the increasing positive roll-yield. Investors are now hand a marginal annualized return of 8% even if Brent spot only goes sideways. Backwardation and rising speculative positions typically feed on it selves.

Today the net long speculative position in Brent and WTI crude is record high in contract and at or very close to record positioning in dollar terms at close to $80bn.

While US east coast oil traders today are shrouded in bitter cold weather they will in 10 days? time be sitting in above normal temperatures again.

Next week we?ll have the US EIA drilling productivity report (Jan 16) which we expect will show that US shale oil production will grow by close to 100 k bl/d/mth from Jan to Feb which is equal to a marginal annualized production growth rate of 1.2 m bl/d. Thus US shale oil production is growing strongly due to a high and increasing completion of wells.

Later in the week on Fri 19th we?ll have the IEA report which is likely to show that the OECD inventories are getting increasingly closer to the rolling 5-year average. OPEC & Co has promised the market to bring inventories down to the 5-year average but has not explicitly stated which 5-year normal. The market expects cuts to be maintained to the end of 2018. However, if the target is reached then OPEC & Co could gradually increase production.

Do remember Iran?s oil minister earlier in the week stating that OPEC does not want Brent above $60/bl since they fear it will stimulate US shale oil production too much. Well, next week we are likely going to see evidence of continued strongly growing US shale oil production and OECD inventories getting rapidly closer to the rolling 5-year average.

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Dessa rekommendationer skall inte ses som någon modellportfölj utan som generella riktlinjer i aktier som givit tekniska signaler. Hur man vill använda dessa signaler är upp till var och en. Några av er läsare kanske bara har en portfölj med innehav och använder köpsignalerna till att köpa och säljsignalerna till att ta hem vinst. Andra kanske använder signalerna som underlag för trading med både köp och blankning. En annan strategi är att försöka bedöma vart OMX-index är på väg och sedan favorisera signaler i samma riktning. Alla har olika uppfattningar om var börsen är på väg. Av denna förklaring försöker vi komma med publikationer innehållandes säljsignaler även om vi själva tror att börsen är på väg upp, och vice versa.

Disclaimer Axiers publikationer skall endast ses som generella kommentarer om marknaden och inte som rekommendationer att köpa eller sälja finansiella värdepapper. Axier tar inte ansvar för varken direkta eller indirekta finansiella skador som uppstår vid användning av dessa publikationer.

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Crude oil comment: Hitting $70/bl - Are there any buyers left? : 2018-01-12

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Crude oil comment

Friday, January 12

 

 

Hitting $70/bl ? Are there any buyers left?

Yesterday Brent crude hit the 2015 high of $69.63/bl before crossing the $70/bl line with an intraday high of $70.05/bl (and thus the highest since 2014) while in the end closing below again at $69.26/bl (+0.09% on the day). We think that the market is as bullish as it gets at this point with little further upside left for now. Next week we are likely going to see that US shale oil production continues to grow at a marginal, annualized pace of about 1.2 m bl/d (+100 k bl/d from Jan to Feb). Later in the week the IEA will publish the OECD inventories. We expect that they are getting increasingly closer to the five year rolling average which likely is OPEC & Co?s target. Speculative positions are record high and technically at the most over-bought level since 2011. Today Donald Trump may give crude oil prices a last ?omph? upwards as he?s likely to refuse to waive the Iran sanctions for a second time. However, this is probably as good as it gets on the upside this time around.

We have had an almost uninterrupted crude oil price rally since June 21st last year supported by declining inventories, declining USD Index, rising global PMIs, disruptions of important oil pipelines, renewed promises by OPEC & Co, no uptick in US oil rig count, increasing risk for renewed sanctions towards Iran and lastly biting cold US weather.

This relentless bull-rally has attracted more and more speculative money into the front end of the crude oil curve while producers have utilized the opportunity to sell further out.

This has led to an increasing steepening backwardation of the Brent crude oil curve. This has attracted yet more speculative money into oil because of the increasing positive roll-yield. Investors are now hand a marginal annualized return of 8% even if Brent spot only goes sideways. Backwardation and rising speculative positions typically feed on it selves.

Today the net long speculative position in Brent and WTI crude is record high in contract and at or very close to record positioning in dollar terms at close to $80bn.

While US east coast oil traders today are shrouded in bitter cold weather they will in 10 days? time be sitting in above normal temperatures again.

Next week we?ll have the US EIA drilling productivity report (Jan 16) which we expect will show that US shale oil production will grow by close to 100 k bl/d/mth from Jan to Feb which is equal to a marginal annualized production growth rate of 1.2 m bl/d. Thus US shale oil production is growing strongly due to a high and increasing completion of wells.

Later in the week on Fri 19th we?ll have the IEA report which is likely to show that the OECD inventories are getting increasingly closer to the rolling 5-year average. OPEC & Co has promised the market to bring inventories down to the 5-year average but has not explicitly stated which 5-year normal. The market expects cuts to be maintained to the end of 2018. However, if the target is reached then OPEC & Co could gradually increase production.

Do remember Iran?s oil minister earlier in the week stating that OPEC does not want Brent above $60/bl since they fear it will stimulate US shale oil production too much. Well, next week we are likely going to see evidence of continued strongly growing US shale oil production and OECD inventories getting rapidly closer to the rolling 5-year average.

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SE Banken

Dessa rekommendationer skall inte ses som någon modellportfölj utan som generella riktlinjer i aktier som givit tekniska signaler. Hur man vill använda dessa signaler är upp till var och en. Några av er läsare kanske bara har en portfölj med innehav och använder köpsignalerna till att köpa och säljsignalerna till att ta hem vinst. Andra kanske använder signalerna som underlag för trading med både köp och blankning. En annan strategi är att försöka bedöma vart OMX-index är på väg och sedan favorisera signaler i samma riktning. Alla har olika uppfattningar om var börsen är på väg. Av denna förklaring försöker vi komma med publikationer innehållandes säljsignaler även om vi själva tror att börsen är på väg upp, och vice versa.

Disclaimer Axiers publikationer skall endast ses som generella kommentarer om marknaden och inte som rekommendationer att köpa eller sälja finansiella värdepapper. Axier tar inte ansvar för varken direkta eller indirekta finansiella skador som uppstår vid användning av dessa publikationer.

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EFN:s Makromorgon med Claes Måhlén, chefsstrateg, Pierre Carlsson, strateg, och Andreas Skogelid, räntestrateg, på Handelsbanken Capital Markets. De kommenterar viktiga makrohändelser och går igenom dagens agenda.

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Priser på marknadens valutapar. Nedan hittar du separata sidor med priser för respektive valuta. Senaste kurs och diagram över historiska priser för olika tidshorisonter.

Just nu har vi priser för ett antal valutor, men vi kommer kontinuerligt att utöka utbudet.

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Kom ihåg att CFD:er är en produkt med hävstångseffekt, vilket kan innebära att du kan förlora hela det insatta beloppet. Att handla med CFD:er kanske inte passar för dig. Därför ska du se till att du förstår de risker som det innebär.

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Aktier, valutor eller andra finansiella instrument är alltid förknippat med risk. Se nedan i realtid hur valutakursen har utvecklats. Observera att diagrammet kommer från CFD-handlaren Plus500 och därför kan skilja sig en del från kurserna på valutamarknaden.

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Just nu har vi priser för ett mindre antal råvaror, men vi kommer kontinuerligt att utöka utbudet.

Guld

Guldterminer går till leverans varje månad året om. Metallen handlas bland annat på New York Mercantile Exchange under tickersymbolen GC och huvudkontraktet prissätts i USD och cent per troy ounce.

 

Kom ihåg att CFD:er är en produkt med hävstångseffekt, vilket kan innebära att du kan förlora hela det insatta beloppet. Att handla med CFD:er kanske inte passar för dig. Därför ska du se till att du förstår de risker som det innebär.

Välj råvara

Ädelmetaller

Energi

Jordbruk

Basmetaller

Disclaimer
Aktier, valutor eller andra finansiella instrument är alltid förknippat med risk. Se nedan i realtid hur valutakursen har utvecklats. Observera att diagrammet kommer från CFD-handlaren Plus500 och därför kan skilja sig en del från kurserna på valutamarknaden.

Kursgrafer ETF

Samtliga dessa börshandlade fonder kan handlas genom både Nordnet och Avanza.

CurrencyShares Euro ETF (NYSEArca: FXE)

Denna börshandlade fond replikerar kursutvecklingen för valutaparet USDEUR. Andelarna i denna ETF skall göra det möjligt för institutionella och privata investerare att med ett enkelt, kostnadseffektivt sätt att vinna investeringsfördelar som liknar dem som de skulle erhållit om de köpte euro mot dollar.

 

Kom ihåg att CFD:er är en produkt med hävstångseffekt, vilket kan innebära att du kan förlora hela det insatta beloppet. Att handla med CFD:er kanske inte passar för dig. Därför ska du se till att du förstår de risker som det innebär.

Kursgrafer Index

Börsindex från hela världen. Nedan hittar du separata sidor med priser för respektive index. Senaste kurs och diagram över historiska priser för olika tidshorisonter.

Just nu har vi priser för ett mindre antal index upplagda, men vi kommer kontinuerligt att utöka utbudet på de olika indexen.

Australien ASX 200

S&P/ASX 200 index är ett marknadsviktat index, justerar för floaten som mäter utvecklingen på den australiensiska aktiemarknaden. Indexet beräknas av Standard & Poors. Indexets startdatum är den 31 mars 2000 då den hade värdet 3 133,3.

 

Kom ihåg att CFD:er är en produkt med hävstångseffekt, vilket kan innebära att du kan förlora hela det insatta beloppet. Att handla med CFD:er kanske inte passar för dig. Därför ska du se till att du förstår de risker som det innebär.