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CFTC Commitments of Traders – USD Index Futures Drifted Back to NET LENGTH as Greenback Rebounded

As suggested in the CFTC Commitments of Traders report in the week ended October 13, USD Index futures drifted to NET LENGTH of 437 contracts. Speculative long positions increased +1 601 contracts and short positions dropped -1 870 contracts. It is likely that NET LENGTH will increase further in the coming week amidst greenback’s bounce. Concerning European currencies, NET LENGTH in EUR futures plunged -5 671 contracts to 168 637. NET SHORT of GBP futures fell further, by -1 496 contracts, to 9 802 contracts during the week.

On safe-haven currencies, NET LENGTH on CHF futures dropped -924 contracts to 12 172. NET LENGTH on JPY futures also fell -1 126 contracts to 19 976. Concerning commodity currencies, AUD futures’ NET LENGTH slumped -6 993 to 3 854 contracts. Separately, NZD futures’ NET LENGTH gained +1 400 contracts to 6 490 during the week. Meanwhile, NET SHORT for CAD futures plunged -4 483 contracts to 13 564 contracts.


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