See all new changes by the banks on the forex market until 11th July
In this article, we will provide you with information about all new changes in the Forex market until 11th July. Morgan Stanley, Credit Agricole, and Reuters made some new changes to their positions and orders. Let’s see all the bank changes.
The American multinational investment bank and financial services company Morgan Stanley changed stop loss for AUD/NZD from 1.0550 to 1.0490 NZD. The buy position was opened from the level of 1.0687 NZD.
The world’s largest cooperative financial institution Credit Agricole changed the entry point on the buy limit order for EUR/USD from 1.1200 to 1.1225 USD. Credit Agricole also closed a short position on EUR/GBP at 0.8950 GBP. The sell order was from the price of 0.9050 GBP.
The multinational media conglomerate, Thomson Reuters IFR closed a short position on AUD/USD at 0.6961 USD. Sale from 0.6961 USD.
Opened positions FOREX market
And let’s see the updated information for all the open FOREX trading 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. You will see not only Morgan Stanley, Credit Agricole, and Reuter’s positions.
|Symbol||Bank||Position type||Price||TP||SL||Last update|
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. You will see not only the Morgan Stanley, Credit Agricole, and Reuter’s positions orders.
|Symbol||Bank||Order type||Price||TP||SL||Last update|
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