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Latest Commitment of Traders positions (FX) as at June 11th 2019

CFTC commitment of traders report was released on Friday (14th June) and cover positions up to Tuesday (11th June). The COT report is not a complete presenter of entire market positions since the future market is relatively smaller compared to the Spot FX market. Nevertheless, it presents a crucial picture of how key participants are looking at future moves.

Key highlights:

Market participants are net short in all currencies against the dollar except the Mexican peso.

Short positions increased:

  • The short positions in the Japanese yen rose by 776 contracts to -45.2K contracts.

Long position decreased:

  • The long positions in the Mexican Peso declined by 22,914 contracts to +101.3K contracts.

Short positions decreased:

  • The short positions in the euro declined by 759 contracts to -86.8K contracts.
  • The short positions in the Australian dollar declined by 65 contracts to -63.2K contracts.
  • The short positions in the British pound sterling declined by 2,961 contracts to -44.8K contracts.
  • The short positions in the New Zealand dollar declined by 4,274 contracts to -16.1K contracts.
  • The short positions in the Swiss franc declined by 11,277 contracts to -24.8K contracts.
  • The short positions in the Canadian dollar declined last week by 8,919 contracts to -32.8K contracts.
By Saanando Das
  • Market Data
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