- Asset managers are still net long 423 vs 214 shorts. The net change is in favour of the short side 121 shots added vs 60 longs.
- Leveraged funds are net short 5752 vs 3684 long contracts. The total change is in favour of the short side with 969 shorts added and 196 long contracts cut.
This week's CoT data favours the short side as both asset managers and leverage funds increased short contracts in favour of longs.
The total change on the leverage funds is the most dramatic change as 969 shorts were added and 196 long contracts were cut.
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