All the updates to the bank orders and positions with GBPUSD
In this article, we will provide you with information about all the changes to all bank orders and positions with GBPUSD until May 28th. Reuters and Morgan Stanley made several changes to their orders and positions.
The multinational media conglomerate, Thomson Reuters IFR changed the stop loss on GBP/USD from 1.2380 to 1.2295 USD. The short position was opened at a price of 1.2310 USD. Reuters IFR also changed the stop loss for its USD/JPY long position from 106.65 to 107.24 JPY. Later they made another change to the stop loss to USD/JPY from 107.24 to 107.32 JPY. The buy is from a level of 107.32 JPY.
American multinational investment bank and financial services company Morgan Stanley changes to its orders and positions. First, they changed the stop loss for its USD/CAD‘s short position from 1.3900 to 1.3825 CAD. The position was opened at a price of 1.4027 CAD. Morgan Stanley also changed the entry point for the buy limit order on AUD/NZD from 1.0600 to 1.05 NZD.
And let’s see the updated information for all the open FOREX bank positions for which we have information, we will keep you informed of any change related to them. The table shows the currency pair, the bank that opened the position, the type of position, the opening price, the target, the stop loss, and the date the position was opened.
|Symbol||Bank||Position type||Price||TP||SL||Last update|
|USD/CAD||Bank of America||BUY||1.412||1.525||1.39||27.03.2020|
And let’s see the updates for all limit FOREX bank orders for which we have information, we will keep you informed of any change related to them. The table shows the currency pair, the bank that opened the limit position, the type of position, the opening price, the target, the stop loss, and the date the position was opened.
|Symbol||Bank||Order type||Price||TP||SL||Last update|
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