Client funds are segregated
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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Spreads & Quotes

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
14 December, 2018
Stronger Rise In GBP/JPY Is Possible
Trading is neutral, as consolidation from 141.17 extends. The forecast will remain cautiously bearish as long as support turned resistance 144.02 keeps...
EUR/JPY: Another Fall Is Not Excluded
Stance of trading is neutral, as the cross remains in a range of 127.49/129.29. Hitting of 127.49 will aline support 126.63...
Consolidation In EUR/AUD Continues
Trading is neutral for consolidation from temporary top 1.5887. Trading above 1.5887 will renew the growth from 1.5346 to resistance 1.5984...
EUR/GBP: Trend Reversal Is Awaited
Trading tone is neutral for consolidation below 0.9086. Still, further growth is expected as long as resistance turned support. 0.8931 keeps...
EUR/CHF: Bounce Is In Progress
Trading is on the upside, as bounce from short term bottom 1.1224 should aline resistance 1.1356. Overcoming of minor resistance 1.1277 indicates a short term bottoming at 1.1224...
Bearish Outlook In EUR/USD
Trading tone remains neutral, as the pair is staying in consolidation from 1.1267/1472...
GBP/USD Remains In Consolidation
Trading is neutral for consolidation above 1.2476. Hitting of 1.2811 will indicate trend reversal and turn focus back to resistance 1.3174. Further recovery is expected...
USD/CHF Trading Sideways
Trading is neutral for recovery. Hitting of minor resistance 1.0008 will indicate completion of the pull back from 1.0128...
Growth In USD/JPY Extends
Trading is on the upside for resistance 114.03. Price moves from 114.54 are seen as a consolidation. Trading below 113.00 will back to the downside for 112.23...
Bullish Forecast Of USD/CAD
Trading is neutral for consolidation from 1.3444. Still, further growth is expected while minor support 1.3160 keeps...
Sharp Drop In AUD/USD
Trading remains neutral, despite sharp fall. Focus is on support 0.7199. Trend reversal is not excluded. Deeper decline is expected to retest low 0.7020...
13 December, 2018
GBP/JPY: Another Fall Is Not Excluded
Trading is neutral, as consolidation from 141.17 extends. The forecast will remain cautiously bearish as long as support turned resistance 144.02 keeps...
Bearishness In EUR/JPY
Stance of trading is neutral, as the cross remains in a range of 127.49/129.29. Hitting of 127.49 will aline support 126.63...
Consolidative Mode In EUR/GBP
Trading tone is neutral for consolidation below 0.9086. Still, further growth is expected as long as resistance turned support...
EUR/AUD: Growth Resumption Is Expected
Trading is neutral for consolidation from temporary top 1.5887. Trading above 1.5887 will renew the growth from 1.5346 to resistance 1.5984...
Forex News
14 December, 2018
China Will Suspend Additional Tariffs on US Cars and Auto Parts for 3 Months
China’s Finance Ministry stated, that China will suspend 25% tariffs on 144 US vehicle and auto part items and 5% tariffs on 67 auto items between January 1 and March 31...
DAX: Downward Trend Continues
The German DAX stock index has posted losses in the Friday session, following the downward trend seen on Thursday. The DAX is trading at 10.793 level, having lost 0.15% on the day...
Euro Dips Below $1.13 Line on Weak PMIs
The euro fell sharply against the US dollar after the release of data on business activity in the manufacturing and services sectors of the Eurozone in December, which missed the forecasts...
Activity in Eurozone Private Sector Hit 4-Year Low in December
Eurozone private sector activity growth slowed in December to its weakest level in more than four years. IHS Markit's Flash Composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) fell to 51.3 in December, from a final November reading of 52.7...
Asian Shares Tumbled After China Reported a Set of Weak Data
The last session of the week began with the publication of weaker than expected Chinese macroeconomic data. The data on industrial production and retail sales fell short of forecasts, reflecting the negative impact from the US-China trade war...
Growth of China's Retail Sales and Industrial Output Slowed Last Month
China has published disappointing data once again. The China’s National Bureau of Statistics reported, that retail sales grew 8.1% yoy in November, compared with the forecast of 8.8% gain...
13 December, 2018
US Import Prices Showed the Biggest Fall Since August 2015 in November
US import prices dropped by the most in more than three years in November, amid fall of the cost of petroleum products and a strong dollar. The US Labor Department reported, that import prices fell by 1.6% last month, after 0.5% increase in October. It was the biggest decline since August 2015...
ECB Announces End of Quantitative Easing Program, as Expected
At the end of today's meeting, the European Central Bank left key rates unchanged, as expected...
China Intends to Keep Its GDP Growth Within Reasonable Range in 2019
The Chinese government aims to support economic growth within a reasonable range next year. The government recently adopted a series of measures and intends to continue to support economic growth...
DAX Dips Once Again
European stocks are trading mixed on Thursday, awaiting the ECB’s meeting. European equities climbed initially after UK Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no-confidence vote and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte proposed to cut the deficit target, which could ease the tensions with the European Union...
ECB Policy Meeting In Focus
The markets are trading mixed awaiting the European Central Bank’s meeting. The ECB is set to formally announce the end of its four-year long, €2.6 trillion easing program, a key move in dismantling crisis-era stimulus...
Euro Holds Steady, ECB Meeting Next
The euro continues to grow versus US dollar in expectations of the European Central Bank’s meeting. The euro/dollar pair added 0.10% to trade at 1.1380 level...
Germany's Economy Ministry: Strong Domestic Demand Supports German Economy
In its monthly report, Germany’s Economy Ministry stated, that the German economy remains on a growth track due to strong domestic demand, but the upswing is being slowed down by a difficult trade environment and temporary effects in the automobile sector...
European Majors Strengthen Awaiting ECB Statement
The euro and British pound rise today, as investors are focused on Brexit developments and the European Central Bank's policy meeting...
12 December, 2018
ECB is Set to End its Massive Bond-Buying Scheme
After more than three years of purchases of €2.6 trillion of government and corporate bonds, the European Central Bank is expected to announce on Thursday that it will end its quantitative easing (QE) program...
Market Reviews
14 December, 2018
Increased Risk Aversion Raises US Dollar and Japanese Yen
Euro falls notably after today’s PMI data. Eurozone PMI manufacturing dropped to 51.4 in December, down from 51.8, missed expectation of 51.9. It’s a 34-month low. PMI services dropped to 51.4, down from 53.4, missed expectation of 53.4. It’s a 49-month low. PMI composite dropped to 51.3, down from 52.7, a 49-month low. Germany PMI manufacturing dropped to 51.5, down from 51.8, missed expectation of 51.7. It’s a 33-month low. PMI services dropped to 52.5, down from 45.5, missed expectation of 53.5. It’s the lowest in 7 months. PMI composite dropped to 52.2, down from 52.3, a 48-month low. US dollar and Japanese yen are trading as the strongest ones today, as global stock markets are back in selloff mode. Today’s data also showed, that US retail sale rose 0.2% mom in November versus expectation of 0.1% mom. Ex-auto sales rose 0.2% mom, matched expectations. China’s retail sales rose 8.1% yoy in November, below expectation of 8.8%...
Japanese Yen is Lifted by Risk Aversion
On currency markets, euro remains steady, despite the ECB delivered a mildly dovish shift yesterday. New Zealand dollar and Australian dollar are trading as the weakest ones for today...
13 December, 2018
Euro Weakens as ECB Cuts Economic Forecasts
The euro is trading as the weakest currency after the ECB delivered a dovish shift, as expected. ECB let interest rates unchanged today as widely expected...
Theresa May Survived a No-Confidence Vote, ECB Meeting in Focus
Australian dollar is trading as the strongest one for today, followed by US dollar and euro. Japanese yen is trading as the weakest one. The British pound is the second weakest, as yesterday’s growth is losing momentum...
12 December, 2018
Dollar Dips Mildly After US Inflation Report, Pound Jumps on Brexit Hopes
On currency markets, US dollar turns slightly weaker after consumer inflation data. Meanwhile, British pound strengthens significantly and is trading as the strongest one for today. Euro and Canadian dollar are also firm. On the other hand, New Zealand Dollar is the weakest one...
Sterling Stabilizes Slightly Despite Growing Brexit Uncertainty
On currency markets, New Zealand dollar and Australian dollar are trading as the strongest ones today, but upside impulse is unconvincing. Japanese yen and US dollar remain the weakest ones. Euro is trading stable...
11 December, 2018
British Pound Tries to Recover as Theresa May Seeks to Save Brexit Deal
On currency markets, Australian dollar is the strongest one for today, followed by New Zealand dollar. US dollar is trading as the weakest one, followed by Canadian dollar and Japanese yen...
British Pound Remains Weak as Brexit Parliamentary Vote is Called Off
On currency markets, the British pound stays weak after it became known that the Brexit parliamentary vote is called off and UK Prime Minister Theresa May is going back to the EU to seek changes on the deal...
10 December, 2018
Brexit Uncertainty Sends the Pound to Annual Lows
The British pound fell sharply after it became known that UK Prime Minister Theresa May is going to call off tomorrow’s Brexit parliamentary vote...
FX Markets Start the Week Stable
The forex markets remain steady at the beginning of the week. New Zealand dollar, euro and Japanese yen are the strongest ones. Meanwhile, US dollar is the weakest one, followed by British pound and Canadian dollar...
7 December, 2018
US Dollar Remains Unsteady Awaiting NFP Report
New Zealand dollar is the strongest one for today, followed by Swiss franc and Australian dollar. Japanese yen is trading as the weakest one for today, followed by British pound and Canadian dollar. But for the week, Swiss franc and Japanese yen are the strongest ones...
6 December, 2018
Weak ADP Report Exerted Pressure on US Dollar
Japanese yen remains the strongest one, followed by European major currencies. British pound shows limited movements. Sterling holds above the 1-1/2-year low, as concerns about how the British parliament will vote for the Brexit deal of Prime Minister Theresa May next week, prompted investors to stand aside...
Asian Stocks Broadly Lower as Risk Aversion Intensifies
Japanese yen is the strongest one for today, followed by Swiss franc and US dollar. Australian dollar remains the weakest one for today, followed by New Zealand dollar...
5 December, 2018
British Pound Rises Despite Brexit Uncertainty
Euro rose moderately against the US dollar, trading as the second strongest currency for today, despite weak German and Eurozone services PMIs. Eurozone PMI services fell to 53.4 in November, down from 53.7 in October...
Australian Dollar Broadly Lower on Weak GDP Data
The US dollar strengthens today. Canadian dollar and euro are trading as the strongest ones. The British pound is weak, as Prime Minister Theresa May’s debate of her Brexit deal in the parliament didn’t go too well...
China Will Suspend Additional Tariffs on US Cars and Auto Parts for 3 Months
China’s Finance Ministry stated, that China will suspend 25% tariffs on 144 US vehicle and auto part items and 5% tariffs on 67 auto items between January 1 and March 31...
Increased Risk Aversion Raises US Dollar and Japanese Yen
Euro falls notably after today’s PMI data. Eurozone PMI manufacturing dropped to 51.4 in December, down from 51.8, missed expectation of 51.9. It’s a 34-month low. PMI services dropped to 51.4, down from 53.4, missed expectation of 53.4. It’s a 49-month low. PMI composite dropped to 51.3, down from 52.7, a 49-month low. Germany PMI manufacturing dropped to 51.5, down from 51.8, missed expectation of 51.7. It’s a 33-month low. PMI services dropped to 52.5, down from 45.5, missed expectation of 53.5. It’s the lowest in 7 months. PMI composite dropped to 52.2, down from 52.3, a 48-month low. US dollar and Japanese yen are trading as the strongest ones today, as global stock markets are back in selloff mode. Today’s data also showed, that US retail sale rose 0.2% mom in November versus expectation of 0.1% mom. Ex-auto sales rose 0.2% mom, matched expectations. China’s retail sales rose 8.1% yoy in November, below expectation of 8.8%...
DAX: Downward Trend Continues
The German DAX stock index has posted losses in the Friday session, following the downward trend seen on Thursday. The DAX is trading at 10.793 level, having lost 0.15% on the day...
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