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EUR/USD Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger EUR/USD-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs -5%
Shorts -2%
OI -3%
Weekly change in
Longs -19%
Shorts 8%
OI -5%
USD/JPY Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -18%
Shorts 13%
OI -7%
Weekly change in
Longs 6%
Shorts -12%
OI -2%
AUD/USD Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger AUD/USD-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts -1%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs -8%
Shorts 9%
OI 2%
GBP/USD Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 13%
Shorts -14%
OI -5%
Weekly change in
Longs -4%
Shorts 1%
OI -1%
USD/CAD Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -10%
Shorts 10%
OI -5%
Weekly change in
Longs -3%
Shorts -19%
OI -8%
NZD/USD Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -14%
Shorts -5%
OI -8%
Weekly change in
Longs -38%
Shorts 4%
OI -14%
AUD/JPY Bearish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 1%
Shorts -9%
OI -5%
Weekly change in
Longs -6%
Shorts -13%
OI -11%
EUR/CHF Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-short than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger EUR/CHF-bullish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs -7%
Shorts 6%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs -12%
Shorts 72%
OI 19%
EUR/GBP Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -12%
Shorts -3%
OI -9%
Weekly change in
Longs -12%
Shorts 5%
OI -6%
EUR/JPY Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger EUR/JPY-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs -8%
Shorts -5%
OI -7%
Weekly change in
Longs 6%
Shorts -5%
OI 0%
GBP/JPY Bearish
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-short than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger GBP/JPY-bullish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs 2%
Shorts -3%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs -4%
Shorts -5%
OI -5%
USD/CHF Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -9%
Shorts 7%
OI -4%
Weekly change in
Longs -21%
Shorts 15%
OI -12%
Gold Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger Gold-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs -1%
Shorts -1%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs -9%
Shorts 17%
OI -6%
Silver Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 1%
Shorts 4%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs -8%
Shorts -3%
OI -7%
Oil - US Crude Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger Oil - US Crude-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs -4%
Shorts 20%
OI 9%
Weekly change in
Longs -3%
Shorts 9%
OI 4%
US 500 Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -3%
Shorts 7%
OI 2%
Weekly change in
Longs 12%
Shorts -14%
OI -4%
Wall Street Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -9%
Shorts 31%
OI 19%
Weekly change in
Longs -11%
Shorts 11%
OI 5%
Germany 30 Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Sentiment chart

Traders are further net-long than yesterday and last week, and the combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger Germany 30-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs -7%
Shorts 34%
OI 13%
Weekly change in
Longs 2%
Shorts 4%
OI 3%
FTSE 100 Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -5%
Shorts 15%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs 15%
Shorts -23%
OI 3%
France 40 Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -13%
Shorts 15%
OI 6%
Weekly change in
Longs -19%
Shorts 8%
OI 0%
Bitcoin Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -2%
Shorts 5%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs -49%
Shorts -38%
OI -47%
Ethereum Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -2%
Shorts 3%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs -47%
Shorts -34%
OI -46%
Litecoin Bearish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -1%
Shorts -16%
OI -3%
Weekly change in
Longs -43%
Shorts -46%
OI -44%
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