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Symbol Signal
Net Long Net Short
Change in
Longs Shorts OI
EUR/USD Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 1%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs 43%
Shorts -16%
OI 6%
USD/JPY 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 USD/JPY-bullish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs -1%
Shorts 7%
OI 3%
AUD/USD Bearish
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 1%
Shorts 0%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs 37%
Shorts -23%
OI 4%
GBP/USD Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -1%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 33%
Shorts -12%
OI 5%
USD/CAD Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs -7%
Shorts 26%
OI 0%
NZD/USD Bearish
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 NZD/USD-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs 1%
Shorts 0%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs 35%
Shorts -18%
OI 6%
AUD/JPY Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -2%
Shorts 0%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs 3%
Shorts 1%
OI 2%
EUR/CHF Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs -1%
Shorts 0%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs 29%
Shorts 8%
OI 23%
EUR/GBP Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 16%
Shorts -10%
OI 7%
EUR/JPY Bearish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts -1%
OI -1%
Weekly change in
Longs 12%
Shorts -6%
OI 1%
GBP/JPY Bearish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 10%
Shorts 0%
OI 3%
USD/CHF Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 1%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs 1%
Shorts 10%
OI 3%
Gold Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 1%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 12%
Shorts 4%
OI 10%
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 -1%
Shorts 1%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 7%
OI 4%
US 500 Mixed
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 2%
Shorts 2%
OI 2%
Wall Street 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 Wall Street-bearish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs 61%
Shorts -22%
OI 6%
Germany 30 Bearish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 1%
Shorts 0%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs 4%
Shorts -4%
OI -2%
FTSE 100 Mixed
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 FTSE 100-bullish contrarian trading bias.

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Daily change in
Longs 1%
Shorts 0%
OI 0%
Weekly change in
Longs -33%
Shorts 68%
OI 0%
France 40 Bullish
Net Long
Net Short
Daily change in
Longs 0%
Shorts 1%
OI 1%
Weekly change in
Longs -29%
Shorts 16%
OI 6%
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Trader sentiment can be used to determine positioning across a range of assets. Our forex market sentiment indicator shows the percentage of traders going long and short, how sentiment is shifting, and whether the overall signal is bullish, bearish or mixed.

Sentiment may improve technical analysis and enable more consistent trading, particularly for those looking to trade against the consensus. Find out more with our guide to trading with IG client sentiment data, as well as how to approach sentiment analysis in forex trading