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85 currency pairs and bullions
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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
21 August, 2018
EUR/JPY's Rally Still Extending
The recoil from 124.89 started progressing breaking 126.98 resistance. Rally, however, keeps extending. Trading stays neutral. Larger decline is awaited while the minor resistance of 126.98 is present...
GBP/JPY: Recovery Continues
Trading tone is neutral, as consolidation above temporary low 139.88 continues. Still, recovery of the cross is weak. Deeper fall is expected...
EUR/AUD Stays Bounded In a Recent Range
Stance of trading is neutral, as the cross stays limited in a range of 1.5578/5725. Overcoming of 1.5725 will widen the bounce from 1.5578 to retest maximum 1.5888...
EUR/CHF's Key Support
Trading of the cross is slightly on the upside. Recoil from the temporary bottom of 1.1242 is extending towards the support turned resistance of 1.1489. Strong breach in that area will indicate short term reversal before the key support area between 1.1154/98...
Stronger Bearish Sentiment In USD/JPY
Pair’s corrective decrease from 113.17 extended after hitting 110.10. It later reached 109.77 minimum. Firm support near 38.2% retracement of 104.62 to 113.17 at 109.90 should cause recoil...
Drop Resumption In USD/CHF
Trading is on the downside for 0.9866, as drop from 1.0067 is resuming. Pivot points are at: (S1) 0.9892; (P) 0.9930; (R1) 0.9952...
GBP/USD Daily Outlook
The pair recoiled to 1.2837 maximum. Breach of 1.2826 minor resistance indicates temporary bottoming at 1.2661. Trading turned up on the upside to firmer recoil for the support turned resistance of 1.2956...
Topping In EUR/USD
Pair’s recoil from a near term bottom of 1.1300 is extending. EUR/USD hit support turned resistance of 1.1509. Still, top formation hasn’t been seen yet. Trading stays on the upside to 1.1745. Firm resistance from that area should bound upside...
Bounce Of AUD/USD Extends
Trading is on the upside for key resistance 0.7452, as the bounce from a short term bottom 0.7201 goes on. The pair’s growth reaches maximum 0.7358...
USD/CAD: Bounce Has Completed
Trading is on the downside for 1.2961, as the pair falls to minimum 1.3023. The bounce from 1.2961 has completed at 1.3173...
20 August, 2018
EUR/JPY's Near Term Minimum
Trading of the cross is neutral to consolidation over the near term minimum of 124.89. Larger drop is possible while the minor resistance of 126.98 stands...
GBP/JPY Stays Limited In Consolidation
Trading is neutral, as consolidation above temporary low 139.88 continues. Deeper fall is expected. Pivot points are at: (S1) 140.34; (P) 140.83; (R1) 141.46...
Rally Restoration In EUR/GBP
Trading of the cross is neutral. The consolidation from temporary bottom of 0.9030 is progressing. Larger decrease is expected. 0.8854 support should retain downside and lead to a rally restoration...
EUR/AUD: Recoil Should Extend
Stance of trading is neutral, as the cross stays above a temporary low 1.5578. Overcoming of 1.5725 will widen the bounce from 1.5578 to retest maximum 1.5888. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.5618; (P) 1.5650; (R1) 1.5669...
Trend Reversal In EUR/CHF
The cross has mildly pulled back after touching 4 hour 55 EMA. Recoil from the temporary bottom of 1.1242 should align support turned resistance of 1.1489. Sustained breach in that zone will suggest short term reversal before the key support area between 1.1154/98...
Forex News
21 August, 2018
The DAX Index Remains Robust
DAX remains strong, having lifted 0.73% to 12,420. The Index has been recording gains lately, trading at its 1-week maximum. The dynamic was driven by the US-China trade talks resumption...
UK Likely to Remain World's Top Financial Center After Brexit
Leaving the European Union was supposed to deal a crippling blow to London's position in global finance, but Britain has extended its lead in the global currency trading business in the two years since it voted to leave the EU...
Alexis Tsipras Celebrates The End of Greece’s Bailout
Alexis Tsipras, Greece’s Prime Minister, announced the end of a "modern-day Odyssey" as Greece exited its bailout program. The Prime Minister said: "This is a day of liberation"...
EU Officials See Brexit Trade Deal Seriously Protracting
According to Brussels diplomats, EU top officials are considering an emergency summit in November to look through the trade deal as informal deadline in October is now an unlikely date. Some leaders even claim the process will delay to December...
Turkish Lira Fell Under Pressure of Trump's Comments
US President continues to influence stance of the financial markets. In an interview on Monday, Trump criticized Ankara over the detention of the evangelical Christian pastor, Andrew Brunson, and said he was not concerned that his tough stance against Turkey could end up hurting European and emerging market economies...
Donald Trump Attacks Jerome Powell
According to Bloomberg’s report, Donald Trump accused Fed chair Jerome Powell in not being the “cheap-money” chair he expected. The U.S. President once again claimed he was “not thrilled” with interest rate hikes...
Britain Aims to Stay Global Financial Clout After Brexit
The UK will officially leave the European Union in March 2019. So that, bankers are worried about future financial relations between the UK and EU...
UK Government Reports the Biggest Budget Surplus Since 2000
Britain has recorded the biggest July budget surplus since 2000. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported, that the surplus, excluding state-controlled banks, was 2.0 billion pounds ($2.6 billion), more than double the figure in July last year...
Single Currency Reinforcing
The Euro/Dollar pair rose 0.29% to trade at 1.1447. The common currency continues to gain ground and yesterday EUR/USD surpassed the 1.15 threshold. The dynamic is driven by the US-China trade talks resumption...
US Dollar Down After Trump's Criticism of Fed Policy
The US dollar fell, after US President Donald Trump said he disagreed with the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise interest rates. The Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies, dropped by 0.3% to 95.39...
20 August, 2018
The DAX Index Cheers On US-China Trade Talks Resumption
DAX surged 0.92% to 12,322. Lately, the Index staged a streak of losses, dropping 2.9%. But, after US and China announced they will resume trade talks, DAX recovered...
German Growth To Weaken In Q3
According to the Bundesbank, German economic growth in the third quarter might slightly soften due to lower private consumption driving and industry contributing...
EUR/USD Falls, But Remains Above $1.14 Level
The euro starts the week lower, with the EUR/USD pair trading at 1.1409 level, down 0.26%. The single currency has lost 2.4% in August. Traders await trade talks between the US and China. If the two sides manage to find a common ground and delay tariffs, risk appetite would rise and the euro could strengthen...
German Current Account Surplus To Remain The Largest In The World
According to the Ifo economic institute, German current account surplus, which accounts for the flow of goods, services and investments, should remain the biggest one globally at 299 billion dollars...
Euro Starts The Week Lower
Euro fell, while the US dollar rose ahead of trade talks between the United States and China this week. Traders are also preparing for the release of Federal Reserve policy meeting minutes later this week and the Jackson Hole symposium...
Market Reviews
21 August, 2018
USD Recovers Slightly But Stays Pressured by Trump's Comments
Swiss franc is trading as the strongest one, followed by New Zealand dollar and British pound. Euro is trading mixed. US dollar is showing a little sign of stabilization. Still, the USD is pressured by US President Donald Trump’s attack on Jerome Powell and monetary policy of the Fed...
Greenback Declines After Donald Trump Insults Jerome Powell
The greenback seriously declined after Donald Trump insulted Fed Chair Jerome Powell. The US President claimed Powell wasn’t as “cheap-money” chair and added that he was “not thrilled” with interest rate hikes in Reuters interview...
20 August, 2018
Pound Slightly Higher Awaiting UK-EU Brexit Talks
The British pound rose slightly, as investors turned their attention to the upcoming talks that could decide whether Britain will trade with the European Union before it leaves the block. Dominic Raab (UK Brexit Minister) will meet Michel Barnier (EU chief Brexit negotiator) in Brussels on Tuesday...
Stocks Rather Muted, US-China Negotiation Resuming
Stock market sentiment is subdued today. As of majors, Swiss Franc rose to become the firmest. Greenback follows suit. Kiwi, Euro and Aussie are the softest...
17 August, 2018
USD Remains Weak, Euro Little Changed After Eurozone CPI Data
The US dollar is trading as the weakest one for today. The American currency fell in all directions. Canadian dollar boosted by strong inflation data. Euro shows little reaction on Eurozone CPI data. Japanese yen is staying the second strongest currency, supported by risk aversion...
Greenback and Japanese Yen Dropped While Shares Cheered
Asian stocks have broadly reinforced. Nikkei rose 0.45%, Hong Kong HSI grew 0.58%, Singapore Strait Times lifted 0.52%. US shares followed suit with S&P 500 rising 0.79% and NASDAQ surging 0.42%...
16 August, 2018
Strong UK Retail Sales Did Not Manage to Support the Pound
The euro rebounded slightly from the weakest level since late June 2017, and the US dollar fell after news that the Chinese delegation will travel to the United States for trade talks. Japanese yen is also trading lower today...
Japanese Yen and Greenback Weaken While Trade Negotiation Ready To Continue
Stocks recovered with DOW rising to 25162.41. The US and China are preparing to continue trade negotiation. Asian stocks softened as Nikkei dropped -0.17%, Hong Kong HSI reduced -0.61%, China Shanghai SSE lowered -0.87%, breaking 2700 handle and...
15 August, 2018
Pound Lower After CPI Data, US Dollar Hits 14-Month High
The British pound fell below $1.27 level and marked the weakest level since June 2017 after data showed that inflation in the UK rose for the first time since November last year, which could affect consumer spending in the second half of the year...
Greenback Reinforcing, China Yuan Weakens
Chinese Yuan staged a fresh sell-off, with USD/CHN breaching the maximum of 6.912 and extending the uptrend. Asian stocks were muted by the dynamic as SSE dropped -2.31%, Hong Kong HSI was down -1.52%, Singapore Strait Times reduced -0.17% and Nikkei fell -0.72%...
14 August, 2018
Today's Economic Data Provide No Boost to Euro and Pound
Australian dollar and Japanese yen are trading as the weakest ones. Aussie is weighed down by weak Chinese data, while yen is digesting the steep rally since late last week...
Stocks Keep Falling
The sentiment at the market is rather calm. Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen dropped to trade as the weakest while Kiwi, Loonie, Aussie and Pound have broadly reinforced...
13 August, 2018
Japanese Yen Strong Amid Risk Aversion, Euro Near 13-Month Low
Risk aversion is the main theme for today amid Turkish lira crisis. Japanese yen remains the strongest one followed by Swiss franc. The Swiss franc jumped to the level of the annual maximum against the euro. Meanwhile, Australian dollar is trading as the weakest one, while euro follows as the second one...
Turkish Lira Retreats From Record Low After Turkey's Bank Decision
Turkey’s Lira pulled back from the record minimum at 7.24 versus dollar after Turkish central bank promised to provide liquidity and reduce lira and foreign currency reserve requirements for Turkish banks by 250 bps and 400 bps, respectfully...
10 August, 2018
USD Higher on Growing Geopolitical Tension
The British pound remains under pressure despite generally positive economic data. GDP growth in the UK has doubled in the second quarter due to stronger growth in both services and construction, The Office for National Statistics reported, that gross domestic product grew by 0.4% in the second quarter after rising 0.2% in the first quarter...
The DAX Index Remains Robust
DAX remains strong, having lifted 0.73% to 12,420. The Index has been recording gains lately, trading at its 1-week maximum. The dynamic was driven by the US-China trade talks resumption...
UK Likely to Remain World's Top Financial Center After Brexit
Leaving the European Union was supposed to deal a crippling blow to London's position in global finance, but Britain has extended its lead in the global currency trading business in the two years since it voted to leave the EU...
Alexis Tsipras Celebrates The End of Greece’s Bailout
Alexis Tsipras, Greece’s Prime Minister, announced the end of a "modern-day Odyssey" as Greece exited its bailout program. The Prime Minister said: "This is a day of liberation"...
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