Investing.com - The Commodity Futures Trading Commission released its weekly Commitments of Traders report for the week ending January 14 on Friday.
According to the data, gross long euro positions fell by 1,060 contracts to 87,059 while gross short positions rose by 4,192 contracts to 77,813. Net longs totaled 9,246 contracts, compared to 14,498 in the preceding week.
Gross long pound positions declined by 327 contracts to 54,352, while gross short positions rose by 6,691 contracts to 43,192. Net longs totaled 11,160 contracts, compared to18,178 in the previous week.
Gross long Japanese yen positions dropped by 586 contracts to 10,754, while gross short positions declined by 11,388 to 128,820. Net shorts totaled 118,066 contracts as of last week, compared to 128,868 previously.
Gross long Swiss franc positions fell by 6,212 contracts to 12,601, while gross shorts rose by 1,456 contracts to 15,542. Net short totaled 2,941 contracts, compared to net longs of 4,727 in the preceding week.
Elsewhere, gross long Canadian dollar positions rose by 3,677 lots to 34,212, while gross short positions increased by 10,480 to 101,557. Net shorts totaled 67,345 contracts, compared to 60,542 in the preceding week.
Gross long Australian dollar positions declined by 3,837 contracts to 10,376, while gross short positions fell by 8,701 contracts to 62,364. Net shorts totaled 51,988 contracts, compared to 56,852 in the previous week.
Gross long New Zealand dollar positions increased by 2,736 contracts to 17,539, while gross short positions rose by 988 contracts to 7,925. Net longs totaled 9,614 contracts, compared to 7,866 in the previous week.
In the commodities market, gross long gold positions rose by 5,066 contracts to 114,002, while gross short positions increased by 2,018 lots to 70,725. Net longs totaled 43,277 contracts, compared to 40,229 in the preceding week.
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