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Addae-Duah - Trading Signals & Analysis - London, United Kingdom

Kofi Addae-Duah

London, United Kingdom


I am Senior Account Manager at CWMFX, a STP brokerage that provides an electronic
trading platform for retail clients. My main role involves seeking new clients to trade on
the platform, managing existing clients by providing them with support on how to use
the platform, guide them in managing their trades and help in managing their risk
effectively. I would consider myself a very determined and ambitious individual with a
keen interest in the financial markets. My experience has supported the development of
my interpersonal, interpretation and analytical skills and put them to work to the
benefit of turning complex tasks simpler. I have a solid background in the financial markets as I have traded FX, Indices, Commodities & Futures myself. I research and keep up-to-date journals of the markets, including Spot FX, Indices, Binary Options, Soft Commodities, Metals to name a few. I am currently studying to sit the IMC Exam in the coming months. I am also looking into the real estate market as well as the fixed income market to have a concrete understanding in long-term investments.


Trading Signals & Analysis


I provide daily market updates and analysis on most FX pairs, indices and commodities for my clients as well as potential trade opportunities by providing them with key levels of support & resistances and market retracements


Market Update 10/12/14

Dollar falls for second day versus
most G-10 currencies; yen continues its consolidation below 120
as Nikkei stocks slide 2.7%, their biggest drop in three weeks.
* Today: French October industrial production probably
increased, according to economists; Denmark, Sweden,
Switzerland, Germany to sell bonds; Iceland is likely to cut
rates, a survey shows
* ECB’s Praet warned falling oil prices could push euro-area
inflation below zero
* China’s CPI inflation slowed to 1.4% y/y in Nov., lowest
since 2009 and weaker than the 1.6% seen in Bloomberg survey
* Russia’s central bank will probably raise benchmark rate tmw
to avert threats to financial stability: Bloomberg survey
* Portuguese GDP may top govt’s forecast in 2015 if oil prices
stay low, says Economy Minister Lima
* RBNZ’s Wheeler will signal a prolonged rate pause when he
delivers tomorrow’s monetary-policy statement, economists
* BofA, Citi signal another down year for trading revenue

MARKETS as of this morning
* USD/JPY -0.6% to 118.99 (range 118.96-119.92)
* EUR/USD +0.1% to 1.2391 (range 1.2362-1.2395)
* AUD/USD +0.2% to 0.8312 (range 0.8265-0.8317)
* NZD/USD +0.2% to 0.7698 (range 0.7662-0.7704)
* USD/CAD -0.6% to 1.1439 (range 1.1437-1.1459)
* GBP/USD +0.1% to 1.5680 (range 1.5660-1.5687)
* USD/CHF -0.2% at 0.9698 (range 0.9696-0.9723)
* Treasuries little changed, 10Y yield at 2.217%
* Brent crude, copper are lower; gold is steady

* BNP Paribas recommends investors go long GBP vs EUR or CHF
on expectation that monetary tightening in U.K. will still
translate into sizable GBP outperformers against currencies
where central banks are in an easing mode, according to note
* Morgan Stanley expects RBNZ to push back policy projections
to reflect lower inflation path while retaining tightening
bias, according to note today; sees RBNZ holding OCR at
3.50% for even longer; investors should sell NZD/USD on
rallies as RBNZ is expected to continue being hawkish on
currency strength

* 9:30am: Denmark to Sell 2.5% 2016 Bonds
* 9:30am: Denmark to Sell 1.75% 2025 Bonds
* 10:00am: Italy to Sell EUR5.5 Bln 367-Day Bills
* 10:00am: Greece to Sell EUR1 Bln 91-Day Bills
* 10:00am: Greece to Sell EUR1.25 Bln 182-Day Bills
* 10:03am: Sweden to Sell SEK1.75 Bln 5% 2020 Bonds
* 10:03am: Sweden to Sell SEK1.75 Bln 2.5% 2025 Bonds
* 10:15am: Switzerland to Sell 1.25% 2037 Bonds
* 10:15am: Switzerland to Sell 1.25% 2026 Bonds
* 10:30am: Germany to Sell EUR4 Bln 0% 2016 Bonds

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