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Saxo Market Call
The Saxo strategy team delivers insights and opinions about financial markets in a series of weekly podcasts covering all asset classes. Monday is our conversation about macroeconomy, currencies, and central banks. Tuesday is all about fixed-income ranging from governments bonds to credit. Wednesday is a jump into global equities covering earnings, themes, and single stocks. Thursday is our journey into commodities covering everything from natural gas to soybeans.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 365 ratings
Excellent morning wrap. Love it!
CPH ***** via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/15/23
Bring back the old format.
Please roll back to the old format. I subscribed to this podcast for the concise overview of upcoming market events. Now, it’s just long ramblings on things that’s already happened. Why should we continue to give our time to this podcast?
qrivdjfitcjgfrgbvffhpputf via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/07/23
Excellent pod
Listen every day to get clear thoughts on macro. Note: Peter is starting to let his ego creep into the pod, stay humble
_jdizzle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/12/23
Recent Episodes
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Published 09/21/23
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