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Trading Methods And Access To Forex With A Broker

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Trading Methods And Access To Forex With A Broker

Trading methods are varied. You can choose to trade online using an online platform, via banks, via brokers; you can get consultation, use methods to forecast movements of the market, or seek advice as to market dynamics. Your level of knowledge, and/or confidence, your understanding of Forex, your awareness of world economics and world news […]

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The History Of Forex Dates Back to 1944

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
The History Of Forex Dates Back to 1944

The Forex market is widely known to be the largest financial market in the world with an average of $3 trillion dollars being traded in it every day. Central banks, currency speculators, multinational corporations, commercial banks and other forex brokers participate in it. The market has grown so drastically throughout the years that we believe […]

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Forex Analysis For Today 29/6/12

June 29, 2012 0 Comments
Forex Analysis For Today 29/6/12

The Pound has risen 1% against the US Dollar after a positive outcome from the EU summit sent a surge through the markets. As a result of the EU leaders decisive plans to tackle the debt crisis demand was boosted for riskier currencies. The pound climbed to $1.5680, its highest level since 21st June. Further […]

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Canadian Dollar Outlook for the Week Ending June 1st

May 31, 2012 0 Comments
Canadian Dollar Outlook for the Week Ending June 1st

Important factors to affect the trading of the Canadian dollar for the week ending June 1st, 2012 are as under: On Monday, May 28th, 2012, market in United States remained closed in observance of the Memorial Day. On Tuesday, May 29th, 2012, In United States, data on S&P/Case-Shiller US Home Price Index was released along […]

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Non Farm Job Increase Keeps US Dollar Running

March 9, 2012 0 Comments
Non Farm Job Increase Keeps US Dollar Running

The United States created 227,000 non-farm jobs in February, whilst economists had forecast generally about 210,000 new jobs. In addition, the job creation figures of December 2011 and January were revised up to 223,000 and 284,000 respectively. This data has eclipsed the trade deficit reported for the month of January, to $52.6 billion, while analysts […]

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US Dollar Surges As G-20 Rejects IMF Funding

March 2, 2012 0 Comments
US Dollar Surges As G-20 Rejects IMF Funding

Greenback gained on Monday as the single currency weakened in reaction to the decision of the G-20 meeting to reject the funding of International Monetary Fund until the single currency region enhances its own firewall. In the latest G-20 meeting, finance ministers said that they are in favor of funding IMF to boost euro region’s […]

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US Dollar Moves Higher On Bernanke Commentary

March 2, 2012 0 Comments
US Dollar Moves Higher On Bernanke Commentary

The greenback gained versus its major rivals on Wednesday in reaction to US Federal Reserve’s Chairman Ben Bernanke comments. Bernanke said that the US economy is sending mixed signals. Bernanke said that despite that fact the oil driven inflation is temporary and market issues around the globe seem less risky still US economic recovery is […]

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