See all changes to the bank positions until 15th June on the forex market
In this article, we will provide you with information about all bank changes on the forex market until 15th June. Nomura, Morgan Stanley, and TD Bank made some changes to their positions. Let see all the bank charges to the positions and orders.
The American multinational investment bank and financial services company Morgan Stanley closed a long position by stop loss position in AUD/NZD at the price of 1.0600 NZD. They were buying from the price of 1.0808 NZD.
The Japanese financial holding company Nomura has opened a long position in EUR/GBP with an opening price of 0.8964 GBP. Nomura set a target of the position at the price of 0.9200 and stop loss at 0.8800 GBP.
TD Bank, the seventh-largest U.S. bank by deposits and the 8th largest bank in the United States by total assets, opened a short position on NZD/CAD. The opening price is 0.8792 CAD. They put the take profit at the price of 0.8575 CAD and stop loss at 0.8950 CAD.
And let’s see the updated information for all the open FOREX bank position 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.
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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. Most banks have unexpectedly canceled their pending orders, this is the updated orders list as of June 15.
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