Recession bullish sentiment on the dollar
Weekly index of sentiment from investing.com, released on Monday, showed that in the week ended February 12, market participants continued to cut long dollar positions.
According to a report last week, just 38.6% of the market participants have opened long positions on USD / JPY, drastically reducing their number from 50.1% a week earlier.
Meanwhile, 33.3% of investors have opened long positions on the EUR / USD last week, similar to the previous week, 41.6% of investors to hold long positions on GBP / USD, compared with 36.5% the previous week, while 47, 4% of investors have opened long positions on USD / CHF, after 47.3% in the previous week.
Among commodity currencies, 54.9% of players have opened long positions on USD / CAD, compared with 49.3% the previous week, 50.5% of investors chose to open a long position on AUD / USD, slashing them with 40.9% in the previous week, while 40.5% have opened long positions in NZD / USD, compared with 39.2% the previous week.
The report also showed that last week, 31.0% of investors have opened long positions in S P 500 after 29.0% in the previous week.
On the commodities market, last week, 56.1% of the market participants to hold long positions in gold, compared with 48.1% the previous week.
Values between 50% and 70% show a "bull" mood indicators from 30% to 50% - "bear", values above 70% indicate perekuplennosti, and below 30% indicate pereprodannosti.
Series Investing.com index is calculated by using data from the futures exchanges and over the counter from providers of all open long and short positions.
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