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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
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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 September, 2018
Consolidation In GBP/JPY Is Expected
Trading is on the upside. Further growth to resistance zone 153.84/156.69 is expected. Pivot points are at: (S1) 147.99; (P) 148.64; (R1) 149.94...
Rally Of EUR/JPY Is In Progress
Trading is on the upside, as growth from 124.89 extends and reaches high 133.05. Trading below minor support 132.22 will become neutral for consolidation...
EUR/GBP Continues to Lose Downside Impulse
Trading is on the downside, as decline from 0.9097 extends lower. The cross continues to lose downside momentum. Stronger bounce back to resistance 0.9051 is expected...
Deeper Drop In EUR/CHF Is Possible
Trading tone is neutral. Overcoming of resistance 1.1452 should confirm completion of the fall from 1.2004 and target resistance 1.1713. Pivot points are at: (S1) 1.1271; (P) 1.1297; (R1) 1.1320...
Recovery In EUR/AUD
Trading is neutral with a temporary low at 1.6051. The cross drew support from 38.2% retracement of 1.5601 to 1.6353 at 1.6066. Trading below 1.6051 will widen the corrective fall...
USD/CAD: Deeper Fall Is Not Excluded
Trading is still on the downside, as the pair fell to low 1.2883 and breached key support 1.2886. Hitting of 38.2% retracement of 1.2061 to 1.3385 at 1.2879 will aline 50% retracement at 1.2723...
Upside Of AUD/USD Should Be Bounded
Trading is on the upside for resistance 0.7361, as the corrective bounce from 0.7084 continues. Break of 0.7361 will carry larger bullish implication...
EUR/USD Moves Higher
Trading is on the upside with focus on key resistance at 38.2% retracement of 1.2555 to 1.1300 at 1.1779. Growth continues, but there is no sign of topping yet. Growth from 1.1300 is corrective...
Growth Of GBP/USD Extends
Trading is on the upside, with focus on key fibonacci resistance 1.3316. Rise of the pair extends to maximum 1.3297 and there is no sign of topping...
Fall Resumption In USD/CHF
Trading is on the downside, as fall from 1.0067 resumed for fibonacci level 0.9523. Fall of the pair resumed after hitting 0.9599 and reached low 0.9582...
Rise Of USD/JPY Has Resumed
Trading is on the upside for resistance 113.17, as growth of the pair resumed and reached maximum 112.79. Trading below minor support 112.38 will become neutral...
20 September, 2018
Growth Of GBP/JPY Should Extend
Trading is on the upside and running growth from 139.88 should aline resistance 149.50. Further growth is expected while minor support 146.24 keeps...
Deeper Pull Back In EUR/JPY Is Possible
Trading is on the upside for resistance 131.97 and key fibonacci resistance at 132.56. Growth from 124.89 extends. Pivot points are at: (S1) 130.69; (P) 131.19; (R1) 131.58...
AUD/USD: Corrective Recoil Extends
Trading is on the upside, as the corrective bounce from 0.7084 continues. Break of 0.7361 will carry larger bullish implication. Pivot points are at: (S1) 0.7223; (P) 0.7250; (R1) 0.7291...
EUR/GBP: Stronger Bounce Is Expected
Trading is on the downside, as decline from 0.9097 extends lower. Stronger bounce back to resistance 0.9051 is expected...
Forex News
21 September, 2018
British Pound Drops After EU Leaders Rejected Theresa May’s Brexit Plan
The British pound is trading lower after the EU rejected Theresa May’s Chequers proposal, casting doubt on a compromise being found despite the UK being only months from leaving the block...
DAX Reaches September's High
European stock indexes are trading higher today, as investors' concerns about the US-China trade dispute have weakened. The German DAX stock index grew by 0.54% to trade at 12.393 level...
Euro Stabilizes After Testing $1.18 Line
Euro remains steady versus US dollar. The euro/dollar pair is trading at 1.1772 level today, down 0.05% on the day. Yesterday, the single currency showed significant growth amid a broad-based greenback weakness...
China's Central Bank is Expected to Hold Another Reduction of RRR
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has made three targeted cuts so far this year to bank reserve requirement ratios (RRR) to free up more funds and encourage banks to continue to lend, particularly to smaller firms which are facing strains from the slowing economy...
German Manufacturing PMI Unexpectedly Fell in September
Growth of activity in the German services sector was not enough to offset a sharp slowdown in manufacturing. German Manufacturing PMI fell to 53.7 in September from 55.9 in August. Analysts had expected a drop to 55.7. The indicator showed the lowest level in more than two years...
Japan's Annual Inflation Rose Slightly in August
Rate of the Japan’s annual inflation rose slightly in August, but still remained distant from the Bank of Japan’s 2% target. According to the government data, the nationwide core consumer price index (CPI), which excludes fresh food costs, rose 0.9% yoy in August, matching a market forecast and accelerating slightly from a 0.8% gain in July...
20 September, 2018
OECD Lowered Global Growth Forecast
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) downgraded its forecasts of global growth for 2018 and 2019. The OECD said trade growth, the engine behind the global upswing in recent years, had slowed this year to around three percent from five percent in 2017 as tensions between the United States and its major trade partners weighed on confidence and investment...
DAX Continues Its Upward Trend
European stocks are trading higher today, following the increase on Wall Street, as investors look less concerned about the trade war between the US and China. The German DAX stock index is trading at 12.284, having gained another 0.54% on the day...
UK Retail Sales Report Boosts the Pound
Investors are continuing to monitor the main political stories, but escalation of the US-China trade dispute is generally ignored. US stock futures are currently trading flat...
Euro Slightly Lower $1.17 Level
The single currency continues to strengthen versus US dollar. The euro/dollar pair gained 0.28% to trade at 1.1694 level. Recent escalation of the US-China trade war had little impact on the currency markets, particularly US dollar...
China Calls On US to Change Its Trade Steps
China’s Commerce Ministry called on the US to show sincerity and take steps to correct its behavior regarding trade. US-China trade war escalated this week, after the Trump administration imposed duties on $200 billion of Chinese goods that go into effect from September 24...
Swiss National Bank Keeps Monetary Policy Unchanged
The Swiss National Bank (SNB) left the deposit rate unchanged at -0.75%, as expected. The central bank also left the target range for the three-month Libor unchanged at between -1.25% and -0.25%...
19 September, 2018
US Current Account Deficit Reduced in Q2
The US current account deficit decreased in the second quarter. According the data, released by US Commerce Department, the current account deficit, which measures the flow of goods, services and investments into and out of the country, narrowed by $20.3 billion to $101.5 billion, or 2.0% of GDP, in the April-June period...
UK Inflation Data Gave a Short-Lived Boost to the Pound
The major economic event for today was the release of the UK inflation data. Report of the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed, that consumer price inflation in Britain reached the highest level in six months in August...
Trade Dispute Remains in Focus as China Responds to US Tariffs
Markets continue to watch escalation of the US-China trade war, but the developments are largely ignored. The US implemented new tariffs of 10% on $200 billion of Chinese products, starting on September 24, with the tariffs to go up to 25% in January...
Market Reviews
21 September, 2018
British Pound Pressured Again by Brexit News
Canadian dollar gets not support from stronger than expected retail sales data and is trading mixed. US dollar and Japanese yen are strengthening slightly...
Japanese Yen Declines as Demand for Safe Haven Decreases
Japanese yen is the weakest one. The British pound is trading as the second weakest. Canadian dollar is the third weakest. New Zealand dollar and Australian dollar are the strongest ones. Euro is also firm. The US dollar is trading near a two-month low...
20 September, 2018
European Majors Are Broadly Higher Amid USD Fall
Euro and British pound remain strong, while the US dollar declines. The dollar index tests multi-week lows on the back of a renewed pull of risk and a decrease in concerns about the trade conflict between the US and China. New Zealand dollar continues to strengthen amid stronger than expected Q2 GDP data...
USD Remains Mixed, New Zealand Dollar Rose Sharply on Q2 GDP Data
Japanese yen remains the weakest, followed by Swiss franc and US dollar. Commodity currencies remains the strongest. The American currency is trading near a seven-week low against the basket of major currencies after US and Chinese reciprocal tariffs were set to lower levels than some feared...
19 September, 2018
UK CPI Report and Brexit News as the Main Drivers of the Markets
The British pound rose initially on strong inflation data, but then weakened sharply after The Times reported that Prime Minister May intends to reject EU negotiator Michel Barnier’s revised proposal on the Irish border...
Sharp Rise in US Treasury Yields Put Pressure on Japanese Yen, UK Inflation Data in Focus
The FX markets continue to show little reaction on the US-China trade war escalation. Euro has strengthened versus US dollar and Japanese yen. Commodity currencies remain the strongest ones...
18 September, 2018
Markets Generally Ignore US-China Trade War Escalation
Escalation of US-China trade dispute is ignored by the financial markets. Japanese yen and US dollar are back under pressure after initial growth. Australian dollar is trading broadly higher today, leading other commodity currencies...
FX Markets Show Little Response to New US Tariffs
Reaction of the markets on escalation of the US-China trade war was rather muted. The US dollar initially grew, but then lost its positions, as global markets prepared for Beijing's response to new US tariffs...
17 September, 2018
USD Falls in Anticipation of Trump's New Tariffs
US dollar and Japanese yen remain under pressure, as both currencies received no special lift from news that US President Donald Trump is going to impose new tariffs on China...
Markets Focused on New Round of US-China Tariffs War
The markets remain relatively calm and major currency pairs and crosses are still bounded in Friday’s range. New Zealand dollar is trading as the strongest one, followed by euro and Japanese yen...
14 September, 2018
Mixed US Economic Data Have No Impact on the Dollar
The British pound is the strongest one, followed by Canadian dollar. Meanwhile, Japanese yen is the weakest one, followed by US dollar. Global shares were mostly higher today...
Greenback And Japanese Yen Remain Weak, Volatility Ahead
Japanese Yen and the U.S. dollar are trading as the softest ones on the trade war threat. The Pound reinforced to turn the firmest on the potential UK-EU Brexit deal. As of stocks, DOW increased 0.57% to 26145.99. S&P 500 rose 0.53% at 2904.18...
13 September, 2018
USD Broadly Lower on CPI Data, Euro Steady After ECB Statement
The decision of the Bank of England was not a surprise for the markets, so the pound remained virtually unchanged against the dollar after the decision of the Central Bank...
US and China Restore The Dialogue, Stocks and Aussie Soar
Stocks reinforced as US and China are about to restart the trade negotiation. DOW touched the maximum of 26145.72 but closed up only 0.11% at 25998.92. S&P 500 surged to 2894.65 maximum but then closed at 2888.92, rising just 0.04%. NASDAQ reduced -0.23% to 7954.23...
12 September, 2018
Asian Shares Still Burdened, Yields Riding On Weakness In Yen
The sentiment is rather calm. Asian stocks kept weakening on trade war jitters. Nikkei fell -0.46%. Hong Kong HSI was down -0.40%. Singapore Strait Times dropped -0.11%. China Shanghai SSE reduced -0.33%. DOW rose 0.44%. S&P 500 increased 0.37%...
British Pound Drops After EU Leaders Rejected Theresa May’s Brexit Plan
The British pound is trading lower after the EU rejected Theresa May’s Chequers proposal, casting doubt on a compromise being found despite the UK being only months from leaving the block...
British Pound Pressured Again by Brexit News
Canadian dollar gets not support from stronger than expected retail sales data and is trading mixed. US dollar and Japanese yen are strengthening slightly...
DAX Reaches September's High
European stock indexes are trading higher today, as investors' concerns about the US-China trade dispute have weakened. The German DAX stock index grew by 0.54% to trade at 12.393 level...
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