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Anna Bodrova

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Anna Bodrova

Alpari Analyst

Working with Alpari since 2013.

In the top 10 most influential Russian financial analysts throughout 2012-2014. 5th place in a Russian media rating of financial analysts for quarter 1 of 2015.

Before coming to join the Alpari team, Anna worked at the Finam investment holding and for Investcafe analytical agency.

Anna completed a philological degree at the Moscow Region State University in 2006.

Anna Bodrova is one of the most media quoted financial analysts in Russia and the CIS.

She specializes in preparing weekly reviews and reviews on European trade sessions.

Anna mostly writes about:

  • Currency Market
  • Oil
  • Banking Sector

Analyst's publications

14 June 2016

Metals: gold and silver

Anna Bodrova

Gold Up by More Than 21% since Start of Year

Gold has been rising continuously since the beginning of this year, although the intraday fluctuations seem rather large scale and the correction phases seem like a full on inversion of the trend. However, the rising channel for gold seems stable. Since January 2016 to date, gold has increased in value by 21.4%; travelling from $1,061.50 to $1,289 for a troy ounce. The potential for a continuation of growth is enough for the long position target to be set at $1,400 per troy ounce buy the end of the year.

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25 September 2015

Commodities

Anna Bodrova

Brent up to $48.5 per Barrel

Oil prices on Friday are continuing to rise. Brent is currently going for $48.21 (+0.08%). Futures on WTI with November delivery are trading $45.14 (+0.5%).

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Market sessions

Anna Bodrova

Next Week Brent Will Continue Trading $48 per Barrel

Oil is still trading in a narrow range. On Thursday and in the Morning on Friday, the US dollar is losing out to the euro and so oil is going up.

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22 September 2015

Commodities

Anna Bodrova

Brent Staying at $47.90-48.45, WTI: $45.60-46.85

Oil prices are correcting after a sharp growth on Monday evening. A barrel of North Sea Brent now costs $48.18 (-1.6%). Futures on light WTI with October delivery are going for $45.91 (-2.3%).

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16 September 2015

Commodities

Anna Bodrova

World Bank Offers Ukraine $500 Million to Develop Financial Sector

The World Bank has offered the Ukraine another $500 million credit line. This money is to be spent on the development of the country’s financial sector. In August Kiev received a similar loan from the World Bank; to be spent on the optimization of economic conditions in the country.

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Commodities

Anna Bodrova

Brent on Wednesday to Trade $47-48.5 Before Fed Data is Published

Oil prices this morning are suffering a little, but Brent seems to be holding well around $48, allowing us to talk about bull dominance. Yesterday saw data from the API out.

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15 September 2015

Commodities

Anna Bodrova

Brent to Trade $47.10-48.55 Tuesday

World oil prices have resumed their growth. A barrel of Brent on October contracts now costs $47.68 (+0.7%). WTI futures with October delivery are trading around $44.80 (+0.9%). Since the market has taken the weak Chinese data into account, investor mood has perked up. Now we’re looking to the US Fed meeting and before it market activity will slow, whereas afterwards we can expect volatility.

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