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Dealing spreads as tight as 0.1 pips
Minimum lot size as low as 0.01
Compensation fund up to EUR20K per case
85 currency pairs and bullions
Fast NDD/STP execution
Leverage of up to 100:1
Minimum deposit as low as US$300
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SFX Markets understands dealing spreads and swap prices can make a difference to our clients’ trading experience and profitability.

Currency Bid Ask Spread
AUD/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
GBP/USD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/GBP 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/CHF 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/JPY 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
USD/CAD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips
EUR/CAD 0.00000 0.00000 0.0 pips

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Analytic News

Technical Reports
23 May, 2018
Corrective Price Moves In AUD/USD
Trading tone is neutral, with corrective price moves from 0.7411. Break of 0.7502 will bring retesting of a minimum 0.7411...
Further Increase of EUR/USD
Pair’s trading stays neutral. EUR/USD is holding over the 1.1716 to consolidation. Further increase is projected. 1.1995 resistance should restrain upside and cause a drop restoration...
GBP/USD's Downside Trading
Pair’s drop extended after short consolidation and hit the 1.3374 minimum. Trading is on the downside to 50% retracement of 1.1946 to 1.4376 at 1.3161...
USD/CAD: Growth Resumption Is Not Excluded
Stance of trading is still neutral, as the pair is staying in a range of 1.2728/2996. Corrective price moves from 1.3124 could be completed at 1.2526...
Corrective Fall Of USD/CHF Extends
Trading is on the downside, as a corrective fall from 1.0056 continues. Deeper drop to trend line (now at 0.9817) is not excluded...
USD/JPY's Short Term Rising Channel
The pair declined to the minimum of 110.52 but remained over 110.02 resistance turned support. It’s sticking inside of short term rising channel...
Short Term Bottoming In EUR/AUD
Trading is neutral for consolidation, as overcoming of minor resistance 1.5593 points out a temporary bottoming at 1.5487...
EUR/GBP's Trading Is Still Neutral
Trading of the cross stays neutral. Breach of 0.8679 support should indicate that the recoil from has concluded 0.8620. In that case, trading will turn up on the downside to 0.8679...
Extension of EUR/CHF's Fall
The fall has extended after short consolidation. At this point, it reached the 1.1654 minimum. Trading of the cross is on the downside. Firm breach of 61.8% retracement of 1.1445 to 1.2004 at 1.1659 will head towards 1.1445 key support level...
EUR/JPY Stuck In Diapason
The cross is sticking inside of 129.22/131.36 diapason. Trading stays neutral. The forecast is bearish and another fall is likely if the whole 131.36 resistance holds. Breach of 1.29.22 will align 128.94...
Corrective Recovery Of GBP/JPY Has Completed
Trading is on the downside for 147.04, as a corrective recovery from 147.04 has completed at 149.99. Pivot points are at: (S1) 148.57; (P) 149.15; (R1) 149.54...
22 May, 2018
Recovery Of GBP/JPY Should Be Bounded
Trading is still neutral, and corrective recovery from 147.04 could prolong higher. Pivot points are at: (S1) 148.74; (P) 149.20; (R1) 149.59...
EUR/JPY's Forecast is Still Bearish
The cross has broadly recoiled but remained under 131.36 resistance. The forecast stays bearish and another drop is projected...
Fall Of EUR/AUD Accelerates
Trading is on the downside for support 1.5153, as fall extends lower and reaches minimum 1.5487. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.5500; (P) 1.5583; (R1) 1.5634...
EUR/GBP's Long Term Consolidation Pattern
Trading condition of the cross is neutral. Breach of 0.8679 support should indicate conclusion of the recoil from 0.8620. In that case, trading will turn up on the downside...
Forex News
23 May, 2018
Eurozone Intends to Reduce Financial Risks by Delaying Some Banking Steps
All EU finance ministers, with an exception of British, are to discuss a proposal to divide the process into two stages when they meet in Brussels on Thursday...
British Inflation Raises Certain Questions
UK inflation pointed at weakening, which caused speculations about the timing for BoE rate hike. According to Office for National Statistics, consumer prices grew an annual 2.4%, which marked 13-month minimum...
German Bond Yields Reached 5-Week Low On Weak PMIs
Most Eurozone debt yields decline after news of a slowdown in the Eurozone business activity, which caused doubts on the timing of the ECB's planned exit from its hefty stimulus program. 10-year bond yields in the EU, with the exception of southern Europe, fell 3 to 6 basis points...
Bulgaria Desperately Trying To Adopt Euro
ECB has recently stated that no country that wants its currency to be euro fits all the accession criteria, referring to Bulgaria’s request to adopt the single currency...
European Shares Broadly Lower, With DAX 1.50% Down
European stock indexes declined today amid uncertainty with the Italian government and worsening market sentiment about the ongoing trade negotiations between the two largest economies of the world...
Eurozone Economy Heading To Recession?
According to the Reuters poll, Eurozone economic growth reduced more than anticipated in May. That is, the German growth hit a 20-month minimum and French growth dropped to a yearly low. Q1 jobless rate in France increased. This caused concerns that inflation will weaken as well...
Euro Fell Below $1.18 Level on Weak Eurozone And German PMI Numbers
Euro shows significant losses versus US dollar, with the EUR/USD pair trading at 1.1726 level. The single currency fell by 0.45% against the American dollar. Earlier today, the euro fell below the 1.17 line for the first time since mid-November, and marked a 6-month minimum...
South Korean Central Bank To Raise Rates In July
According to the Reuters poll, South Korea's central bank isn’t expected to change its interest rates, which stand at 1.50%, at its tomorrow’s meeting...
Japan's Government Delays Time Frame For Achieving Balanced Budget
The Government of Japan intends to postpone its time frame to achieve a balanced budget for five years, until 2025 fiscal year...
Angela Merkel To Gain China's Support
Angela Merkel is visiting China to discuss the influence of the US-China trade tension upon Germany. Yesterday, China announced it would buy more US products and now Germany is concerned that its trade relationship with the world’s second largest economy, with a 179 billion dollars in 2017 of a total amount of goods, will be hurt...
Public Sector Investor Assets Reached 5-Year High Last Year
Public sector investor assets grew by $2.5 trillion (7.3%) in 2017 to $36.2 trillion, the biggest growth in five years. The PBOC retained its position at the top of the ranking, with assets up 4% to $3.231 trillion...
22 May, 2018
China Will Reduce Import Tariffs
China’s Finance Ministry promised to reduce import tariffs on cars from 25% to 15% and on car parts to 6%. The order will come into effect on July 1. China will also allow full foreign ownership of car makers in 5 years...
British Pound Trading Higher In Anticipation of UK CPI Report
The British pound enjoyed a brief jump, as the Bank of England (BoE) speculation returned to focus and comments from bank officials were perceived as surprisingly hawkish. Sterling extended gains and grew by 0.4% against the US dollar to the day’s highs at $1.3492...
US Stocks' Risk Aversion
US stock market has boosted on eased trade tension between the US and China. As it was reported, China and US delayed the execution of tariffs...
DAX Reaches Its Highest Level Since Late January
European markets are showing moderate growth today, while investors continued to monitor new corporate earnings reports. The German DAX stock index showed 0.17% growth and is trading at 13.099 level. Currently, the DAX is trading at the highest level since the end of January, and added 9.8% over the past seven weeks...
Market Reviews
23 May, 2018
Sterling Slips After UK Inflation Report
The British pound fell under the pressure of disappointing data on inflation in the UK, which turned out to be weaker-than-expected and hit hopes of the markets for sooner tightening of the Bank of England’s monetary policy...
Japanese Yen Boosted, Stocks Dropped
Japanese Yen grew to become the firmest. Loonie, Aussie and Kiwi have weakened. Stocks are down, as Donald Trump said he wasn’t satisfied with the development of US-China trade talks...
22 May, 2018
Expectations Of A Rate Hikes Supported The Pound
The British pound rose against the backdrop of parliamentary inflationary hearings, in which the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and other MPC members are taking part. Against the dollar, sterling extended gains and grew by 0.4% to the day’s highs at $1.3492...
Aussie The Strongest, Stocks Gained
Stock market recorded some gains. DOW rose 298.2 points (1.21%) to 25013.29. S&P 500 increased 0.74%. NASDAQ grew 0.54%. FTSE hit the maximum of 7859.17. CAC 40 lifted 5637.5...
21 May, 2018
British Pound Fell to 5-Month Low In Anticipation of Busy Week
The US dollar advanced considerably versus the Japanese yen and added 0.46% after the US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday that the US trade war with China is “on hold”...
Japanese Yen Declined, Greenback Reinforced
Japanese Yen has broadly dropped. Asian stocks rose as the US-China trade tension had been eased. US and China released a joint statement to finish the trade negotiation with Liu He (Chinese Vice Premier)...
18 May, 2018
Canadian Dollar Dips Amid Weak Growth of Consumer Prices
Canadian dollar fell after weaker-than-expected CPI data. The consumer price index rose 2.2% yoy in April, and by 0.3% from a month earlier. Economists had expected annual inflation to increase by 2.3% and monthly inflation to rise by 0.4%...
Loonie Dropped on NAFTA Protraction
The greenback is so far the firmest currency for this week. Treasuries’ rally is extending, as 10 year yield closed at 3.109 and it’s close to the 3.127 maximum. 30 year yield has almost closed at 30 year maximum of 3.246, after a breach of 3.221 short term resistance...
17 May, 2018
Brexit Uncertainty Exerted Pressure on Pound
US dollar stays strong, boosted by strength in Treasury yield. US 10-year yield reached maximum 3.12%, today and is staying firm at around 3.1%. Today’s data showed, that US initial jobless claims grew by 11k to 222k in the week ended May 12, above forecast of 215k...
Pound Grew as Britain Could Remain in Custom Union
US treasury yields keep rising as 10 year yield reached the maximum of 3.109. The dollar is pretty soft while the Pound has broadly gained, becoming the firmest currency of the week. This came as a reaction to the news that Britain might stay in customs union after Brexit, and beyond 2021...
16 May, 2018
Euro Fell Below $1.18 Level, Staying Under Pressure of Italian Political Situation
The euro weakened against the US dollar, reaching its lowest level since December 19 and breaking an important $1.18 mark, after inflation data in the Eurozone and Germany coincided with preliminary estimates. The single currency is also under pressure of the populist policies of the coalition government in Italy...
Greenback Strong, Yields Hit 7-Year Maximum
The greenback has significantly increased but didn’t manage to breach a short term resistance levels versus the single currency and Pound. 10 year yield rose to the 7-year maximum of 3.90 and then closed at 3.08...
15 May, 2018
US Dollar Continues Its Growth Amid Rally of Bond Yields
The US dollar stays strong supported by growth in Treasury yields. 10 year yield reaches 3.049% level (the highest mark since 2011). US economic data showed, that retail sales grew by 0.3% mom in April, in line with forecast...
Greenback Gets Better, British and European Data Awaited
The greenback is seemed to be recovering. 10 year yield is touching 3% level, which could provide Dollar with additional boost. Today, US-China trade negotiation are about to begin...
14 May, 2018
Euro Moving Higher Amid Weak Dollar
The euro is growing against the background of the weakness of the US dollar and with the news of the agreement on the formation of the Italian government. The EUR/USD pair increased by 0.39% to 1.1988, having recovered from last week’s lows of 1.1821 (the lowest level since late December). The British pound is also steady. Meanwhile, the US dollar, Japanese yen and New Zealand dollar remain weak...
Eurozone Intends to Reduce Financial Risks by Delaying Some Banking Steps
All EU finance ministers, with an exception of British, are to discuss a proposal to divide the process into two stages when they meet in Brussels on Thursday...
British Inflation Raises Certain Questions
UK inflation pointed at weakening, which caused speculations about the timing for BoE rate hike. According to Office for National Statistics, consumer prices grew an annual 2.4%, which marked 13-month minimum...
Sterling Slips After UK Inflation Report
The British pound fell under the pressure of disappointing data on inflation in the UK, which turned out to be weaker-than-expected and hit hopes of the markets for sooner tightening of the Bank of England’s monetary policy...
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