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Forex futures market positioning data as of the close of business on Tuesday February 14, 2017

  • EUR short 47K vs 45K short last week. Shorts increased by 2K
  • GBP short 66K vs 64K short last week. Shorts increased by 2K
  • JPY short 51K vs 55K short last week. Shorts trimmed by 4K
  • CHF short 11K vs 14K short last week. Shorts trimmed by 3K
  • CAD long 19K vs 8K long.  Longs increased by 11K
  • AUD long 24K vs 17K long.  Longs increased by 7K 
  • NZD long 3K vs long 1K last week.  Longs increased by 2K


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Speculative Crude Oil Net Longs at All-Time High

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#3
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#4

CFTC commitment of traders report: EUR shorts increase as Paris election may be an influence

Forex futures net speculative positions as of the close of business on Tuesday Feb 21, 2017

  • EUR short 58K vs 47K short last week. Shorts increased by 11K
  • GBP short 66K vs 67K short last week. Shorts trimmed by 1K
  • JPY short 50K vs 51K short last week. Shorts trimmed by 1K
  • CHF short 9K vs 11K short last week. Shorts trimmed by 2K
  • CAD long 25K vs 19K long.  Longs increased by 6K
  • AUD long 33K vs 24K long.  Longs increased by 9K 
  • NZD long 3K vs long 3K last week.  No change.
The EUR shorts increased by 11K in the current week. That represented the largest net speculative increase of the major currencies this week. 

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CFTC: Speculators More Bearish on Euro; Crude Oil Net Longs at All-time High

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CFTC commitment of traders report: AUD longs surge by 19K.

Forex futures net speculative positions as of the close of business on Tuesday Feb 28th, 2017

  • EUR short 51K vs 58K short last week. Shorts trimmed by 7K
  • GBP short 71K vs 66K short last week. Shorts increased by 5K
  • JPY short 50K vs 50K short last week. No change.
  • CHF short 12K vs 9K short last week. Shorts inceased by 3K
  • CAD long 30K vs 25K long.  Longs increased by 5K
  • AUD long 52K vs 33K long.  Longs increased by 19K 
  • NZD long 3K vs long 3K last week.  No change.
The EUR shorts were trimmed by 7K in the current week. The net position remains committed to the short side.

The AUD position change was the largest this week with an increase in longs by 19K TO 52K. That is the largest long position in the AUD since May 2016. The AUDUSD fell sharply on Thursday. You have to wonder if some of those longs were liquidated. 
 
The GBP position remains the largest speculative position of the majors at short 71K. That represents an increase of 5K.
 
JPY and NZD positions were little changed.
 
CHF shorts were increased by 3K and CAD longs were increased by 5K.

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CFTC: Speculators More Bullish on Gold, S&P 500, AUD
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#9

CFTC Commitments of Traders: AUD longs and GBP shorts jump

Forex futures net speculative positions as of the close of business on Tuesday March 7, 2017:

  • EUR short 59K vs 58K short last week. Shorts increased by 1K
  • GBP short 81K vs 66K short last week. Shorts increased by 15K
  • JPY short 54K vs 50K short last week. Shorts increased by 4K
  • CHF short 10K vs 9K short last week. Shorts inceased by 1K
  • CAD long 29K vs 25K long.  Longs increased by 4K
  • AUD long 51K vs 33K long.  Longs increased by 19K 
  • NZD short 4K vs long 3K last week.  Flip to shorts

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CFTC: Speculators More Bearish on Euro, Sterling, Japanese Yen; More Bullish on S&P 500
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