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Dealing spreads as tight as 0.1 pips
Minimum lot size as low as 0.01
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85 currency pairs and bullions
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Leverage of up to 100:1
Minimum deposit as low as US$300
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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 February, 2018
Drop of GBP/JPY Could Widen
Character of trading is neutral, as the consolidation from 147.95 continues. Pivot points are at: (S1) 148.34; (P) 149.16; (R1) 149.78...
EUR/JPY’s Downside Impulse is Weak
Downside impulse of the cross is weak. If the whole 133.05 resistance holds, short term projection stays bearish...
EUR/CHF’s Bearish Divergence
Trading of the cross stays neutral. The consolidation from 1.1445 is resuming. If the intact 1.1639 resistance stands, prognosis remains bearish...
EUR/GBP’s Support Region
Sideway trading is taking plane inside of 0.8686/8928 diapason. Trading condition is neutral. If the entire 0.8928 resistance is present, larger decline is expected. Choppy breach of 0.8686 will expand the intact fall from 0.9305...
Recovery of EUR/AUD Extends
Trading tone stays neutral, as the consolidation from 1.5816 continues. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.5676; (P) 1.5715; (R1) 1.5755...
EUR/USD’s Medium Term Bottom
Pair’s trading character is neutral. EUR/USD is holding inside of 1.2205/2555 diapason. Breach of 1.2555 will confirm bullishness and extend the uptrend to 100% projection of 1.0569 to 1.2091 from 1.1553 at 1.3075...
GBP/USD’s 55 Month EMA
Pair’s trading is neutral. Breach of 1.4144 will enlarge the recoil from 1.3764 and head towards a test of 1.4345 resistance. Breach in that region will extend bigger uptrend to hit a long term trend line resistance of 1.5105...
Fall Resumption in AUD/USD is Possible
Character of trading is neutral, as the pair is staying in a range of 0.7758/7988. Pivot points are at: (S1) 0.7804; (P) 0.7832; (R1) 0.7873...
The USD/CHF Stays in Consolidation
Trading tone is neutral, as consolidation from 0.9186 goes on. Pivot points are at: (S1) 0.9298; (P) 0.9354; (R1) 0.9382...
USD/JPY’s Consolidation is Resuming
Pair’s trading tone is neutral. Consolidation from 105.54 is resuming. If the whole 108.27 resistance is present, the forecast stays bearish and bigger decline is anticipated...
Growth of USD/CAD Extends
Trading is on the upside for 100% projection of 1.2246 to 1.2687 from 1.2450 at 1.2891. The recoil from 1.2246 continues. Upside of the pair should be bounded by key resistance 1.2919...
22 February, 2018
The GBP/JPY Stays in Consolidation
Character of trading is neutral, as the consolidation from 147.95 continues. The pair is also staying below resistance 151.19...
EUR/JPY’s Cluster Support
Near term projection stays bearish if the whole 133.38 resistance holds. Considering bearish divergence in daily MACD, stable trading under the cluster support of 132.04 will suggest a trend reversal. If that happens, larger fall should align 38.2% retracement at 128.38...
The EUR/AUD Could Form a Short Term High
Trading tone stays neutral. Another growth is expected in the pair. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.5648; (P) 1.5697; (R1) 1.5788...
EUR/GBP’s Fall
Sideway trading is resuming in 0.8686/8928 diapason. Trading stays neutral. If the entire 0.8928 resistance is present, trading stays neutral. Strong breach of 0.8686 will prolong the intact fall from 0.9305...
Forex News
23 February, 2018
Will Policy Tightening Save The Global Growth Recovery?
Global economy is recovering and as the impulse is getting stronger, Central Banks find themselves under the pressure to tighten their policies. As we may recall, Fed, BoE and BoC already increased their interest rates and are on track for another ones while the ECB decided to end its stimulus program...
British Banks Want More Clarity About Transition Period After Brexit
Bankers and regulators in the UK do not have legal certainty about their future after the country leaves the EU. Banks want new trading conditions to avoid hasty decisions about the movement of personnel and operations in accordance with the requirements of EU regulators...
Eurozone Optimistic Core Consumer Price Index
Eurozone Consumer Price Index fell in prior month. Still, core Consumer Price Index improved for the first time in a pretty long time. Consumer prices in the bloc declined 0.9% mom...
DAX Continues to Decrease After German GDP Data
The indicators of Germany and the Eurozone were weak this week, and caused a decline in DAX. The index lost 6.0% of its value this month...
Single Currency Slightly Reduced
The single currency has mildly softened. Euro/Dollar pair dropped 0.14% to 1.2313. Recently, euro weakened as German PMI declined to 60.3 and Eurozone PMI fell to 58.5...
European Stability Mechanism Decides Question About Debt Relief for Greece
The Eurogroup President, Mario Centeno, said that technical work on measures to alleviate the debt burden of Greece has already begun...
22 February, 2018
Stocks Showed No Positive Reaction To Fed Minutes
Fed released its January meeting protocol, which indicated that members improved their outlook for growth, labor market and inflation, as expected. The possibility of a March rate hike has been reinforced as well...
European Shares Lower, DAX Shows Significant Losses
European stock indexes fell today, as increased expectations of a more rapid increase in interest rates in the United States restrained the appetite for risk around the world. German DAX stock index is trading at 12.366.50, having lost 0.82%...
Single Currency Remains Soft, ECB Protocol Expectations
The single remained soft. Yesterday, euro weakened as German PMI declined to 60.3 and Eurozone PMI fell to 58.5. Today, the Euro/Dollar pair lifted 0.03% to trade at 1.2287...
Debt of South Korea’s Households Grew by 8.1% in 2017
South Korea's domestic debt rose to a new record in 2017, even though the government tightened its lending conditions to cool the property market. The Bank of Korea's report showed that household debt, including credit purchases, rose to 1,450.9 trillion won ($1.3 trillion)...
Should Bank of Japan Purchase Foreign Bonds?
Koichi Hamada (an economic adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe) claimed BoJ should start purchasing foreign bonds. Now that Haruhiko Kuroda has been appointed for a second term as the Governor, buying foreign bonds would improve the economy and Bank’s policy...
Will Fed Accelerate Pace of Rate Hikes This Year?
Federal Reserve officials announce further interest rate hikes One of the newest Federal Reserve politicians, Randal Quarles, called for an increase in interest rates amid rising optimism in business and faster growth in the world's largest economy...
21 February, 2018
The DAX Index Fell, Fed Protocol Anticipation
DAX has declined 0.48% to trade at 12,428.50. This month marked a period of volatility for the index, which overall tumbled 6.2%. But, the recovery began and it’s likely to continue...
Markets Focused on FOMC Protocol Release
Global markets were mixed on Wednesday, as investors await the FOMC minutes. Asian stocks were up on Wednesday. Japan’s Nikkei rising 0.21% while South Korea’s KOSPI increased by 0.60%...
Single Currency Lost Momentum
The single currency has weakened. Euro/Dollar pair dropped 0.16% to 1.2317. The German PMI declined to 60.3...
Market Reviews
23 February, 2018
Canadian Dollar Broadly Higher After CPI Exceeded Forecasts
The euro continues to trade lower against the US dollar, as the data released today on Germany's GDP and the Eurozone's CPI coincided with the forecasts and could not support the single currency...
Greenback Remains Strong, Australian Dollar Soft
The greenback remains the firmest among all but it’s tightened inside of established diapason. Japanese Yen and Pound follow suit. Loonie is weak and it’s expecting the CPI release for additional boost...
22 February, 2018
Greenback Boosted By Fed Protocol
The greenback, as well as Treasury yields, rose thanks to Fed January meeting protocol, which indicated that members improved their outlook for growth, labor market and inflation, as expected. The possibility of a March rate hike has been reinforced as well...
Weak UK GDP Data Caused Fall of the Pound
The British pound accelerated the decline against the US dollar after the UK GDP data for the fourth quarter were revised downward. In addition, retail sales slowed for the third month in a row in February, according to CBI...
21 February, 2018
British Pound Tumbles After Jobs Report, US Dollar Strengthens
The British pound fell after the latest UK jobs report showed that the unemployment rate ticked higher, dampening expectations for a rate hike despite a pickup in wage growth. The Office for National Statistics reported that Britain’s unemployment rate ticked up to 4.4% in the three months to December, from a four decade low of 4.3%...
Greenback Rising, Hints About Fed Rate Hike Expected
The greenback keeps growing and the upside impulse is looking convincing. Still, the reversal hasn’t been confirmed yet. Today’s release of Fed protocol, though, should give the currency a mild boost...
20 February, 2018
Euro Losing Ground Amid US Dollar’s Recovery
The euro remains under pressure, continuing the retreat from the 3-year highs against the US dollar, observed on Friday, amid a recovery in the US currency, supported by a rise in bond yields. The US 10-year Treasury bonds yield back pressing 2.9 level. The data of the ZEW report for the Eurozone and Germany could not support the single currency...
Australian Dollar Shrugged Dovish RBA Off, Greenback Recovered
The greenback has slightly reinforced. Japanese Yen is trading as the softest. Swiss Franc and New Zealand Dollar are weak as well...
19 February, 2018
Subdued Market, Central Bank’s Meetings Ahead
In Asian market, commodity currencies have reinforced. Overall, the trading is rather calm and it’s expected to be this way throughout the whole day as the US market is on holiday. Greenback, Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc are soft...
16 February, 2018
US Dollar Ends the Week as the Weakest Major Currency
The British pound declined against the US dollar amid retail sales data and renewed demand for the dollar. In January, retail sales in the UK increased by 0.1%, according to the Office for National Statistics. Economists forecast an increase of 0.5%...
Greenback Keeps Falling, Japanese Yen Boosted
The greenback has weakened even further. Japanese Yen is boosted since Haruhiko Kuroda has been nominated as Bank of Japan Governor for the second time...
15 February, 2018
Mixed US Data Have No Support for Greenback
Mixed economic data from the US have little support to the greenback, and the currency stays the weakest one. Headline PPI grew by 0.4% mom, 2.7% yoy in January, versus expectation of 0.4% mom, 2.5% yoy. Core PPI increased by 0.4% mom, 2.2% yoy, above forecasts of 0.2% mom, 2.1% yoy...
Stocks Soared, But Greenback Weakened After Consumer Prices
Yesterday’s Consumer Price Index release exceeded all the forecasts and boosted sentiment. At first, DOW reduced 24490.36 but then increased 1.03% to 24893.49...
14 February, 2018
Greenback Strengthened as US CPI Exceeded Forecasts
The US dollar rose to the day’s highs against a basket of the other major currencies after release of economic numbers. The US consumer prices rose more than expected in January, underlining the view that the Federal Reserve will be forced to tighten policy more aggressively this year...
Japanese Yen Keeps Strengthening
Japanese Yen resumed its reinforcement. Stocks kept lifting. DOW rose 0.16% to 24640.45. Nikkei increased but then closed lower...
Will Policy Tightening Save The Global Growth Recovery?
Global economy is recovering and as the impulse is getting stronger, Central Banks find themselves under the pressure to tighten their policies. As we may recall, Fed, BoE and BoC already increased their interest rates and are on track for another ones while the ECB decided to end its stimulus program...
Canadian Dollar Broadly Higher After CPI Exceeded Forecasts
The euro continues to trade lower against the US dollar, as the data released today on Germany's GDP and the Eurozone's CPI coincided with the forecasts and could not support the single currency...
British Banks Want More Clarity About Transition Period After Brexit
Bankers and regulators in the UK do not have legal certainty about their future after the country leaves the EU. Banks want new trading conditions to avoid hasty decisions about the movement of personnel and operations in accordance with the requirements of EU regulators...
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