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Midday Snapshot
Details of the rate movement are given for each pair, this includes a chart of the rate trend between 00:00 and 12:00 GMT, the highest and lowest points within this time period, volatility, and the total percentage gained or lost over the session.
The trading activity is then compared and contrasted with the actual rate movement. For example, if the rate trend has generally been in-line with trader sentiment (i.e. a bullish rate movement and a bullish sentiment), then it is generally considered that traders have performed well over the session.
The general daily price movement is indicated with an icon, which has the following options: Flat, Downward, Sharply Down, Upward, and Sharply Up.
Details of the trading activity are also provided in terms of traded volume (a percentage in relation to the Dukascopy monthly average for each pair): Average, Low, High, Extremely Low, Extremely High.
Trader's sentiment (based on overall Dukascopy trader positions) is also indicated. A 'neutral' trader's sentiment is within a range of -15% to +15%, non-inclusive. A bullish reading is equal to or greater than +15% and a bearish reading is equal to or greater than -15%. Dukascopy considers readings greater than 35% as 'strongly' bullish or bearish.
  • Midday Snapshot
    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, Jun 28, 12:58
    Midpoint of Wednesday has been reached, meaning it’s time for the latest Midday Snapshot brought to you by the Dukascopy Forex TV Team.
    Euro/Dollar has been slowly trending higher to trade point 33% in the green at noon. The pair has attracted 46% more than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 1% short. Gradual rise suggests a successful start of the day is more likely for those who had long positions.
    Pound/Dollar has walked in a total range of only 40 pips and traders have used 36% less than typical funds trading this pair. Most of them have been forecasting the pair to head lower, sentiment is bearish. There have been only limited profit opportunities due to the flat rate movement and slow trading.
    Dollar/Yen’s trend has changed and the pair was back near midnight’s level at midday. Turnover is high and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 5% short. Changing trend has provided both of the close to equal sides with their profit opportunities.
    Pound/Yen declined by 77 pips, but a following rise wiped out all of the loss. Traded volume is average and neutral sentiment of the market players is 2% long. The rate rose from the daily low, so both bulls and bears have had their profit chances.
    Euro/Yen stood point 27% in the green at 12 o’clock as a correction took some of the gains. Trading has been extremely active, volume is a massive 305% up from the pair’s monthly average and most of those funds have been driven by bearish expectations. Traders had their chances during the pull back after the daily high was reached.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s it for 12 o’clock report. Check back for the hourly updates for the most up-to-date stats throughout the day.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, Jun 27, 12:53
    We are half way through this trading day and it’s time for the Midday Snapshot where we`ll see how the sentiment of the traders compares with the actual rate movements.
    Mario Draghi speech has sent the Euro/Dollar higher and the pair stands point 77% in the green. The pair sees more than double the monthly average funds and most of them have been driven by bearish expectations. Steep rise has brought serious risks for investors.
    Pound/Dollar has been trending higher and rise has resulted in a gain of point 24%. The Cable has attracted an average amount of funds and neutral sentiment of the traders is at an even balance. Gradual rise puts bullish market players in better positions so far today.
    Dollar/Yen’s decline was followed by a rise and the pair was back near the opening level at 12 o’clock. Turnover is low and sentiment of the market players is neutral, long positions are in the lead by 7%. Changing trend has provided both sides with their profit opportunities.
    Pound/Yen rose from the daily low to trade point 3% in the green at noon. Trading has been active, volume is high and most of the traders have been forecasting the pair to head higher. Trading should be successful if it was done after the daily low was reached.
    Euro/Yen jumped by a total of 143 pips and a gain of point 83% was recorded at midday. This pair sees 67% more than average funds and most of them have been driven by bearish expectations. Late surge has brought serious risks for investors.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this concludes Tuesday’s Midday Snapshot. Track the latest changes in trader performance trends by clicking back for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, Jun 26, 13:20
    It’s noon GMT on this Monday and time for the Dukascopy Midday Snapshot where we`ll find out how it has been shaping up for the currency traders.
    Euro/Dollar has seen limited rate movement – high and low difference is 36 pips, but the pair sees 54% more than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by 3%. No significant moves in funds are likely due to the narrow price movement range.
    Pound/Dollar declined by 54 pips, but most of the loss was recovered afterwards. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and neutral sentiment of the traders is 2% long. Both profits and losses shouldn’t be major due to the passive trading and flat rate movement.
    Dollar/Yen has been on a rise and it has resulted in a gain of point 38%. Traded volume is extremely low and neutral sentiment of the market players is 3% long. Trading should be successful for bulls, but the calm trading approach is the limiting factor.
    Pound/Yen has been mostly trending higher and rise puts the pair point 25% in the green. Traded volume is low and most of the funds have been driven by bearish expectations. Gradual rise has brought risks for investors, but the calm trading is what should help to cushion losses.
    Euro/Yen rose by 46 pips in a steep rise and a gain of point 21% was recorded at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is extremely low and most of the funds have been driven by bullish expectations. Rise makes profits very much likely and only the calm trading limits upside potential.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and this concludes Monday’s Midday Snapshot. Find out the latest changes in trader performance trends by clicking back for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, Jun 23, 13:38
    We are halfway through the trading day and the weekend is finally within our grasp – but the trading day is still going so before we enjoy some days off, let’s see how traders have been performing with the Midday Snapshot.
    Euro/Dollar has been rising gradually, as the currency pair has walked in a total range of 43 pips. It has since declined from the high of 1 1188 but it still sits point 21% in the green at 12 o’clock. Trader’s have been enjoying this currency pair, as traded volume is extremely high – however, the sentiment of the traders is neutral, at 8% short. The spike would have provided profit opportunity for bulls and bears, but the narrow price movement range would have limited success.
    The Cable’s performance is looking similar, as the pair has walked in a total range of 69 pips, leaving it point 38% in the green at 12 PM. This pair hasn’t seen as much attention, as traded volume is low and the sentiment of the traders is neutral at 14% short. As the rate movement has generally been upward, there have been more chances for long positions.
    Dollar/Yen takes a different path, with a generally bearish movement leaving this pair just slightly in the red at noon, however, the daily volatility was just 27 pips. This pair also hasn’t been too popular, as traded volume is low and the trader’s sentiment is neutral, at an even balance. The downward trend means success is more likely for those who were short – but again because there wasn’t too much price movement the success is limited.
    Looking now at Pound/Yen which sits nicely in the green at point 33% at 12 PM GMT after walking in a total range of 88 pips. Traded volume is average for this cross, and the sentiment of the traders is neutral at 10% long. The spike would have provided both sides with opportunities, but overall bulls have had the most chances.
    And lastly for this report is Euro/Yen, which has a daily volatility of 44 pips, leaving it point 16% in the positive territory at midday. This cross also hasn’t seen too much action as traded volume is extremely low, however the sentiment, nonetheless, is bullish at 25% long. The gradual rise and following decline after the high of 124 46 would have given either side a chance of making some profit.
    So that’s where the market stands halfway through the last trading day of this week. However these stats are bound to change – so be sure to stay tuned for the hourly updates, and enjoy your weekend.
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  • Midday Snapshot
    Midday Snapshot
    Thu, Jun 22, 13:20
    Morning session is over on this Thursday so let’s find out how the market players have performed so far.
    Euro/Dollar shows limited rate movement, but the pair has attracted a typical amount of funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 4% long. No significant moves in trading accounts are likely as the rate has walked in a total range of just 24 pips.
    Pound/Dollar shows a similar picture – high and low difference is 32 pips and traded volume is low. Most of the traders have been forecasting the pair to head higher. Both the flat rate movement and the passive trading are limiting factors.
    Dollar/Yen declined early on, but all of the loss was recovered in a following rise. Turnover is average and sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by 2%. Bears had their chances shortly after midnight, but trend changed in favor for bulls towards noon.
    Pound/Yen gave up 68 pips, but most of them were recovered afterwards. Traded volume is high and neutral sentiment of the market players is 14% long. Shifting trend has provided both sides with their profit opportunities.
    Euro/Yen has had a slow day – volatility is 52 pips and the pair sees just half of the monthly average funds. Neutral sentiment of the traders is at an even balance. No major moves in funds can be expected due to the passive trading and flat rate movement.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and this brings Thursday’s Midday Snapshot to an end. Stay tuned for the hourly updates to track the latest changes in trader performance.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, Jun 21, 13:11
    It’s noon GMT on this Wednesday and time for us to see how the sentiment of the traders compares with the actual rate movements.
    Euro/Dollar has been calmer than usual, gaining just 29 pips hours into the session, but the pair sees 25% more than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 6% short. Bulls saw some chances during the late rise, but the narrow price movement range is the limiting factor.
    Pound/Dollar rose from the low of 1 2589 and a gain of point 48% was posted at noon. The Cable has attracted an average amount of funds and neutral sentiment of the traders is 11% long. The late surge suggests a successful start of the day for those who were long.
    Dollar/Yen was back near the opening level at midday after walking in a total range of just 35 pips. Turnover is low and neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the short side by 14%. Both the slow trading and flat rate movement suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Yen shot up from the daily low to trade point 54% in the green at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is high and most of the funds have been driven by bullish expectations. Trading should be successful if it was done after the daily low was reached.
    Euro/Yen’s trend has shifted and only a slight gain was recorded at noon. Traded volume is high and most of the traders have been forecasting the pair to head higher. There were chances for profits after 8 o’clock, but the generally narrow price movement range is the limiting factor.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s it for now. We'll be updating these stats on an hourly basis, so do stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, Jun 20, 12:36
    The morning session is over this Tuesday, and here's how things have been shaping up for the market players.
    Euro/Dollar shows limited rate movement, but the pair has attracted 67% more than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, standing 6% short. The flat rate movement is what suggests no major profits or losses are likely.
    Pound/Dollar dropped after 7 o’clock and the pair stands point 46% in the red. The Cable sees a typical amount of funds and neutral sentiment of the traders is at an even balance. Drop makes a successful morning session more likely for those who were short.
    Dollar/Yen’s day has been slow, high and low difference is 32 pips and the pair sees less than half of the monthly average funds. Most of them have been driven by bullish expectations, but both the flat rate movement and passive trading suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Yen took a slide hours into the session and it has resulted in a loss of point 55%. Turnover is high and sentiment of the traders is neutral, short positions are up by 9%. Bears saw solid profit opportunities as the rate took a plunge.
    Euro/Yen’s high and low difference is just 34 pips, but traded volume is average. Sentiment of the market players is neutral, leaning towards the long side by 13%. No major changes in trading accounts are likely due to the narrow rate movement range.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s it for now, but click back for the hourly updates to track the latest changes in trader performance throughout the day.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, Jun 19, 12:38
    We're halfway through this week's first trading day, so let's see how things are shaping up for the market players.
    Euro/Dollar rose by 31 pips after half past 7, but a subsequent drop actually left it point 11% in the red at midday. The narrow rate movement still attracted 60% more funding than usual, and the neutral trader's sentiment stands at 2% long. Success really depends on timing as the rate was moving back and forth during the day.
    The Cable's initial rise of 51 pips was followed by a correction, but the pair still stood point 11% in the green at noon. Trading has been somewhat slower than usual, and the sentiment is neutral at just 1% short. The overall trend was more favourable for bulls, although bears did have some chances late in the session.
    Dollar/Yen's daily volatility of 30 pips was posted during a rise, but a subsequent decline brought it back near the opening level at 12 o'clock. Traded volume is 23% up from this pair's usual amount, and the sentiment is neutral at 1% long. Once again, timing has been key to success as no single trend has formed.
    Pound/Yen's single biggest move was a gain of 70 pips, and it was point 18% in the green at midday. Traded volume is about a third down from the monthly average, and the neutral trader's sentiment stands at 6% long. The uptrend makes success more likely for players with long positions.
    And Euro/Yen is yet another pair which was back near the opening level at noon. Its daily volatility reaches 38 pips, and trading has been average in terms of volume. As to the sentiment, it is somewhat bearish as short positions are up by 15% but, once again, a clear trend has not formed, so it's hard to assess traders' performance.
    I'm Jack Everitt and this was the Midday Snapshot for Monday. You may track the latest developments with the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, Jun 16, 12:56
    As trading continues this Friday so does our coverage of the markets. Let’s see how successful morning session has been for FX traders.
    Euro/Dollar gained 46 pips, but most of the gains were wiped out by 12 o’clock. Turnover is high and sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by 3%. Both sides have had their chances as the trend changed.
    Pound/Dollar has had a slow day – high and low difference is only 28 pips and traded volume is extremely low. Neutral sentiment of the traders is 4% short. Both the passive trading and flat rate movement are indicating - shifts in funds shouldn’t be significant.
    Dollar/Yen has been on a rise and it has resulted in a gain of point 35%. This pair has attracted 28% less than average funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 4% short. Bulls have been in better positions, but the narrow price movement range along with the calm trading suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Yen has been trending higher and a gain of point 36% was recorded at noon. Traded volume is average and sentiment of the traders is neutral, at an even balance. Trading should be successful for those who had long positions.
    Euro/Yen has shot up by 74 pips and the pair stood point 45% up from the opening level at 12 o’clock. Turnover is average and most of the funds have been driven by bullish expectations. Trading should be successful as the pair went in line with the estimates of the traders.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s where Forex market players stand at this hour. You can continue tracking their performance through the hourly updates. Goodbye.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Thu, Jun 15, 12:45
    This is the Midday Snapshot for Thursday. Here's how the rate movement lines up with the trader performance at 12 PM GMT.
    Euro/Dollar has had a bearish session, and a loss of 76 pips left it point 45% in the red at noon. Traded volume is the usual for this pair, and the neutral trader's sentiment stands at 5% long. Trading should be successful for bears, but losses are likely for bulls.
    The Cable spiked by 106 pips after 11 o'clock, and, even though it did lose some ground later, the pair still was point 1% up from the opening level at midday. Trading has been active, and the sentiment indeed is bullish as long positions are up by 34%. Profits are likely for most traders, but timing was important.
    Dollar/Yen has been trending North, gaining a total of 76 pips or point 62% after 12 hours of trading. Traded volume is in line with the monthly average, while the trader's sentiment is neutral at 10% short. The overall trend has been much more favourable for bulls.
    Pound/Yen is another Sterling pair that shot up after 11 AM, gaining a total of 158 pips, and the pair was point 72% in the green at noon. This pair sees the usual amount of funding, and the sentiment is bullish at 33% long, so trading should be successful. Still, timing has been quite important as the rate actually declined before the spike.
    And Euro/Yen stood point 16% in the green after walking in the total range of 80 pips. Trading has been much slower than usual, and the sentiment is bullish as long positions are up by 38%. Success really depends on timing as the trend was shifting throughout the day.
    I'm Celeste Skinner and this was the Midday Snapshot for Thursday, but you may track the latest developments with the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, Jun 14, 12:49
    It’s 12 o’clock and time for us to compare the sentiment of the traders with the actual rate movements for the five currency pairs.
    Euro/Dollar shows only limited rate movement – high and low difference is 28 pips, but the pair sees 30% more than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 3% long. No significant moves in trading accounts are likely due to the narrow price movement range.
    Pound/Dollar’s rise was followed by a sharp decline, which has resulted in a slight loss. The Cable has attracted 62% more than typical funds and neutral sentiment of the market players is 13% long. Bulls had their chances as the pair rose, but the pull back was a good chance for short positions.
    Dollar/Yen has been trending higher and it puts the pair point 2% up from the opening level at midday. Traded volume is average and neutral sentiment of the traders is 10% long. Gradual rise has provided plenty of profit opportunities for those who were long.
    Pound/Yen gained 72 pips, but the pair was back near midnight’s level at 12 o’clock. Turnover is typical and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 1% short. Changing trend has provided both of the close to equal sides with their profit chances.
    Euro/Yen has moved slowly higher by only 32 pips and traded volume is extremely low. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 3% short. Bulls have been in better positions, but both the passive trading and the flat rate movement are limiting factors.
    I’m Jack Everitt and this brings Wednesday’s Midday Snapshot to an end. Tune in for the hourly updates to access the latest stats throughout the day.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, Jun 13, 12:47
    Here's a look at how market players have performed over the 12 hours to midday on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Dollar rose by only 40 pips and even some of those gains were given up afterwards. Turnover is high and sentiment of the traders is bearish, 16% short. The slight rise makes losses more likely for investors.
    Pound/Dollar has gained almost 100 pips and the pair stood point 49% in the green at noon. The Cable sees 37% more than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 10% short. Steep rise suggests a successful start of the day for those who had long positions.
    Dollar/Yen has walked in a total range of only 35 pips and the pair has attracted 31% less than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 5% long. Both sides have had their chances, but the calm trading and flat rate movement are limiting factors.
    Pound/Yen has been on a rise and it has resulted in a gain of point 59%. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 5% short. Bulls have been in better positions so far, but the passive trading is what should limit moves in funds.
    Euro/Yen’s steep rise was followed by a decline and the pair stood point 28% in the green at midday. Traders have used less than half of the monthly average funds trading this pair and most of those funds have been driven by bullish expectations. Traders had their chances as the rate rose, but the calm trading suggest no significant moves in funds are likely.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s it for now. The latest stats will be available on an hourly basis throughout the day so check back in.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, Jun 12, 12:54
    We're halfway through the first trading day of the week, and it's time for the Dukascopy Midday Snapshot.
    Euro/Dollar has been inching higher, gaining a total of 34 pips, and the pair was point 15% in the green at noon. Traded volume is in line with the monthly average, and the neutral traders' sentiment stands at 10% short. Bulls have been in better positions so far, although any profits will probably be limited by the narrow rate movement.
    The Cable, on the other hand, is off to a bearish start of the week, and a loss of 89 pips left it almost half a percent in the red at midday, with the usual amount of funding. Most traders had actually anticipated the decline, as short positions are up by 16%, and this means that they have had a successful session.
    Dollar/Yen is down as well, having lost a total of 51 pips or point 4%. This pair sees the usual amount of funding, and the sentiment is neutral as both sides are at a balance. Still, the rate movement has not been balanced and, indeed, it has been much more favourable for bears.
    Pound/Yen has seen an even stronger drop, losing 149 pips, and it was point 88% in the red at 12 o'clock. Trading has been slower than usual, and the neutral trader's sentiment stands at 10% long. Bears have actually seen some great opportunities for profit, whereas bulls faced losses.
    And Euro/Yen's single biggest move was posted after 8 o'clock, when it dropped by 51 pips. The pair was point 25% down from the opening level after 12 hours of trading. Traded volume is the usual for this pair, and the sentiment is neutral at 10% short. Bears had their chances in the second part of the session.
    I'm Jack Everitt and this was the Midday Snapshot for Monday. You may track the latest developments with the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, Jun 09, 12:54
    Morning session is over on this Friday so let’s find out how things have been shaping up for the market players.
    Euro/Dollar has shown little rate movement – high and low difference is 46 pips and traded volume is low. Neutral sentiment of the market players is just 1% short. Both sides have seen only limited profit chances due to the narrow price movement range and slow trading.
    Pound/Dollar dropped by a total of 169 pips, but all of the loss has been wiped out by noon. The Cable sees a massive 610% more than average funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 2% short. Sharp decline was followed by a rise, so both sides have had their profit opportunities.
    Dollar/Yen rose by 61 pips and a gain of point 51% was posted at midday. Turnover is extremely low and neutral sentiment of the traders is 2% long. Steep rise suggests profits for bullish market players, but the calm trading is the limiting factor.
    Pound/Yen rose in a couple of waves and the last one puts the pair point 68% in the green. This pair has attracted and average amount of funds and neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the long side by 6%. Both sides have had their profit chances as the trend has changed.
    Euro/Yen’s early rise was followed by a relatively calm session and a gain of point 43% was posted at midday. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and most of the traders have been forecasting the pair to head higher. The rate did go per those expectations and only the passive trading limits upside potential.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and you’ve been watching the Midday Snapshot for Friday. As usual, the most up-to-date stats will be available throughout the day with the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Thu, Jun 08, 13:00
    Find out how market players have managed to work out the rate shifts during the morning session on Thursday by watching this edition of Midday Snapshot.
    Euro/Dollar’s gradual decline has resulted in a loss of point 27%. Traded volume is extremely low and most of the traders have been forecasting the pair to head lower. Gradual decline suggests profits for investors and a more active approach would have increased them.
    Pound/Dollar’s rise was followed by a decline, which measures at only 45 pips. The Cable sees less than half of the monthly average funds and most of them have been driven by bullish expectations. Both sides have seen only limited chances due to narrow price movement range and passive trading approach.
    Dollar/Yen’s decline was followed by a sharp rise and the pair was point 21% in the green at noon. Turnover is low and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 6% short. Success depends on the timing of the trades as the trend has shifted.
    Pound/Yen shows a similar pattern – all of the loss was recovered after the daily low was reached. Traded volume is low and sentiment of the traders is neutral, short positions are up by 13%. Early hours should be successful for bears, but the change in trend was good news for bulls.
    Euro/Yen rose from the daily low as well and the pair was back near the opening level at 12 o`clock. This instrument sees 35% less than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 9% long. Both sides have had their profit opportunities as decline was followed by a rise.
    I’m Jack Everitt and this concludes Thursday’s Midday Snapshot. We`ll be updating these stats on an hourly basis, so do stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, Jun 07, 12:56
    Here’s how traders have performed over the 12 hours to noon GMT on this Wednesday.
    Euro/Dollar dropped hours into the session and slide has resulted in a loss of point 48%. Turnover is high and sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by just 2%. Late slide has provided solid profit opportunities for those who were short.
    Pound/Dollar has walked in a total range of just 35 pips, attracting 22% less than average funds. Neutral sentiment of the traders is 4% short. Both the flat rate movement and passive trading suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Dollar/Yen’s decline was followed by a rise and most of the loss was wiped out by noon. Turnover is high and sentiment of the market players is neutral, at an even balance. Drop was followed by a rise, so both sides have had their profit opportunities.
    Pound/Yen shows a similar pattern, most of the loss was recovered after the pair hit the low of 140 75. Traded volume is average and most of the funds have been driven by bullish expectations. Trading should be successful if it was done after the daily low was reached.
    Euro/Yen has been on a slide and it puts the pair point 51% in the red at 12 o’clock. This pair has attracted 36% less than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is bearish, most have been forecasting the pair to head South. It did go per those expectations, making profits very much likely.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that’s it for Wednesday’s Midday Snapshot. Stay tuned for the hourly updates to access the most up-to-date stats throughout the day.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, Jun 06, 12:58
    Here's a look at how market players have performed over the 12 hours to midday on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Dollar stood only slightly in the red at noon after walking in a total range of just 38 pips. Turnover is average and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 1% long. Both sides have seen only limited profit opportunities due to the narrow price movement range.
    Pound/Dollar rose gradually, but all of the gains were given up in a following decline. The Cable sees a typical amount of funds and both sides have been represented in similar numbers, sentiment is neutral. Bulls had their chances early on, but the change in trend was good news for bears. Either way, the narrow price movement range is the limiting factor here as well.
    Dollar/Yen took a slide by more than 100 pips and the pair was point 87% in the red at noon. Turnover is high and sentiment of the market players is neutral, long positions are up by 4%. Steep decline suggests a successful morning session for those who had short positions.
    Pound/Yen has been moving sharply South as well and slide puts the pair point 87% South of the opening level. Traded volume is average and sentiment of the traders is neutral at 2% short. Rate has been heading in one direction, providing plenty of profit chances for bears.
    Euro/Yen’s steep decline puts the pair close to 1% in the negative territory. Traders have used a typical amount of funds trading this pair and most of them have been forecasting the pair to head higher. Steep decline makes losses more likely for investors.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s it for now. The latest stats will be available on an hourly basis throughout the day, so check back in.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, Jun 05, 12:54
    Morning session is over on this Monday so let’s see how it has been shaping up for the currency traders.
    Euro/Dollar declined after 7 o’clock and the pair was point 27% in the red at noon. Traded volume is extremely low and neutral sentiment of the traders is 3% long. Late decline makes profits more likely for bears, but the passive trading is the limiting factor here.
    Pound/Dollar has been trending higher and a gain of point 35% was posted at midday. Turnover is low and sentiment of the traders is neutral as short positions are up by just 4%. A successful morning session is more likely for those who had long positions.
    Dollar/Yen retreated from the high of 110 73 and only a slight gain was recorded at 12 o’clock. The pair sees 34% less than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 10% short. Both sides have had their chances as rise was followed by a decline.
    Pound/Yen has gained a total of 87 pips and the pair stands point 4% in the green. Traded volume is extremely low and most of the funds have been driven by bullish expectations. The rate did go per those estimates and only the calm trading limits upside potential.
    Euro/Yen moved slowly south and the pair was point 22% in the red at 12 o’clock. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 8% short. Gradual decline puts bears in better positions, but moves in funds shouldn’t be significant.
    I’m Jack Everitt and you've been watching the Dukascopy Midday Snapshot for Monday. Track the latest changes in trader performance by checking back for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, Jun 02, 12:51
    Find out how the sentiment of the traders lines up with the actual rate shifts after 12 hours of trading on this Friday.
    Euro/Dollar has had a slow session – high and low difference is 23 pips and traded volume is extremely low. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, short positions are up by 6%. Both the flat rate movement and passive trading suggest no major shifts in trading accounts are likely.
    Pound/Dollar has been trending gradually lower and decline has resulted in a loss of point 28%. Turnover is low and neutral sentiment of the traders is close to a balance. Profits are more likely for those who were short, but changes in funds shouldn’t be significant here as well.
    Dollar/Yen shows a similar picture – high and low difference is 28 pips and the pair sees just close to half of the monthly average funds. Sentiment of the market players is neutral, 6% long. No significant profits or losses are likely due to the slow session.
    Pound/Yen has been heading South and decline has resulted in a loss of point 23%. Traded volume is extremely low and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to head higher. Gradual decline suggests losses, but the passive trading is what should cushion them.
    Euro/Yen has been trading sideways and the pair has attracted less than half of the monthly average funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 13% short. Once again, the calm trading along with the flat rate movement are limiting factors.
    I’m Jack Everitt and that’s it for Friday’s Midday Snapshot. Stay tuned for the hourly updates to track the latest changes in trader performance trends.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Thu, Jun 01, 12:53
    Let’s see how successful morning session has been for the currency traders on 1st of June.
    There’s been little going on for the Euro/Dollar – rate movement is flat and traded volume is extremely low. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 7% short. No significant changes in trading accounts are likely due to the narrow price movement range and passive trading.
    Pound/Dollar’s trend has changed and the pair was only slightly in the red at noon. The Cable sees an average amount of funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 3% short. Both sides have had their profit chances as the trend has been shifting.
    Dollar/Yen’s uptrend has resulted in a gain of point 31%. Turnover is high and neutral sentiment of the traders is 2% long. Bullish rate movement has provided plenty of profit chances for those who were long.
    Pound/Yen’s high and low difference of 70 pips was recorded as the pair spiked, but most of the session has been calm. Traded volume is low, 37% down from the pair’s monthly average and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 11% short. Spike has provided both sides with their profit opportunities.
    Euro/Yen’s day has been slow – volume is extremely low and volatility measures at just 44 pips. Most of the funds have been driven by bullish expectations, but both the flat rate movement and passive trading suggest no major changes in funds are likely.
    I’m Jack Everitt and you’ve been watching the Midday Snapshot for Thursday. Click back for the hourly updates, but for now, goodbye.
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