Euro Bund Futures - Mar 16 (FGBLH6)

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163.925 +0.220    +0.13%
05/02 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Mar 16

  • Prev. Close: 163.925
  • Open: 163.795
  • Day's Range: 163.315 - 164.035
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Euro Bund 163.925 +0.220 +0.13%
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Euro Bund Futures Contracts

Euro Bund Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 19:50 - Sunday, February 7th
Mar 16 163.62s+0.10163.80164.03163.3171203002/05/16Q / C / O
Jun 16 161.05s+0.11161.28161.41160.95234002/05/16Q / C / O
Sep 16 160.05s+0.100.00160.05160.05002/05/16Q / C / O

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SG TR Feb 03, 2016 1:36PM GMT
shorting now :)
Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Feb 03, 2016 3:49PM GMT
Yea couldn't resist here @ 164,15 but very petite, will stop at that level too
Abhi Tbond
Abhi Tbond Feb 03, 2016 7:22PM GMT
:), I have bought 162 put for Feb 19th Expiry
Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Feb 04, 2016 1:15AM GMT
good luck, what do you pay for such a trade?
Abhi Tbond
Abhi Tbond Feb 04, 2016 5:14AM GMT
The put cost me 0.18 (180 Euros), My rational is if this starts to decline, it will decline big and quick as people rush to take out accumulated profits. Even if the option doesn't go in money, I can sell it for profit if this thing goes to 162 within 1 week. If doesn't decline then I am happy to donate as stop loss.
Vincent Veeger
Vincent Veeger Feb 04, 2016 10:05AM GMT
I think this is more a valuation driving retrace, for the real thing we need some fundamentals like higher then expected growth, inflation, Oil, China etc.. Atm oil is dominating the move, a production cut here could be a trigger
Jerry Zhou
Jerry Zhou Feb 01, 2016 12:04PM GMT
So *******silly to have my buy stop triggered at day high... I give up on this senseless ******.
Deniz Akguner
Deniz Akguner Jan 29, 2016 12:01PM GMT
it's unbelievable... this is not like Crude or Silver which you can grab very cheap and sit on until fundamentals kick back.... it's a synthetic instrument purchased by entities that are printing money till it becomes toilet paper. And the commercial banks purchase a fraction of it to pass on 10x the nominal deposit they make to their customers. So fundamentally, negative interest rates don't really matter, except to the emerging markets that are still losing value against the EUR and USD... These rates might persist till mass migrations end EU as we know it...
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