James Huckle

Tellimer Research

Quantitative Analyst @ Tellimer Research

James is a quantitative analyst and developer for Tellimer. He is an experienced systematic trading developer and machine learning researcher. He was previously head of technical analysis at Continuum Economics. Before his days in finance, he represented Great Britain in the London 2012 Olympics for Shooting.

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Quantitative Analysis / Japan

Yen to slump further as Bank of Japan hits 2% inflation target

The yen is currently at 129.85 to the US dollar, down from 115.10 at the start of the year – a significant 12.95% drop. Our machine-learning model forecasts a steadying of the exchange rate over the next three months as the market takes stock of the ...
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James Huckle @ Tellimer Research 3 May 2022
Yen to slump further as Bank of Japan hits 2% inflation target
Yen to slump further as Bank of Japan hits 2% inflation target
Quantitative Analysis / United States of America

Soaring lithium prices could cripple sustainability plans

Prices have increased 442% over the past year and we forecast a further 40% to come. Half of all new vehicles are set to be electric by 2030, but Elon Musk fears lithium supply could hamper progress. Battery manufactures such as Samsung, Tesla, and L...
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James Huckle @ Tellimer Research 14 April 2022
Soaring lithium prices could cripple sustainability plans
Soaring lithium prices could cripple sustainability plans
Quantitative Analysis / Russia

Russian stock index rebounds, but the worst is yet to come

The Moscow Stock Exchange (MOEX) Index has rallied 28% in dollar terms to US$32 since re-opening on 24 March – following a month of suspended trading – but this is likely only due to the restrictions put in place that prevent foreigners from selling ...
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James Huckle @ Tellimer Research 4 April 2022
Russian stock index rebounds, but the worst is yet to come
Russian stock index rebounds, but the worst is yet to come
Quantitative Analysis / Global

Wheat prices could trigger a global food crisis

*Unit: U.S. Wheat prices broke to an all-time high of US$13.64 a bushel at the start of the month due to heavy buying from speculators who correctly predicted that wheat from Russia and Ukraine would face severe supply problems. Together, the two nat...
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James Huckle @ Tellimer Research 24 March 2022
Wheat prices could trigger a global food crisis
Wheat prices could trigger a global food crisis
Quantitative Analysis / Global

Aluminium to remain volatile due to Russian-Ukraine conflict

Aluminium prices broke to an all-time high at the start of the month due to concerns following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, along with short-covering by traders who had bet that prices would fall and were forced to buy back. Ourmachine-learning mode...
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James Huckle @ Tellimer Research 17 March 2022
Aluminium to remain volatile due to Russian-Ukraine conflict
Aluminium to remain volatile due to Russian-Ukraine conflict
Quantitative Analysis / Global

European natural gas prices to triple from here

European Natural Gas prices hit an all-time high of EUR345 per MWh earlier this week, but have fallen back to EUR150 as the market continues to try and price in the impact of a Russian flow cut, be it due to the conflict in Ukraine causing physical d...
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James Huckle @ Tellimer Research 10 March 2022
European natural gas prices to triple from here
European natural gas prices to triple from here

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