• Bonds Bleed as Rate Hike expectations Soar

    As the pace of vaccinations remains slow in the EU but continues to rise in the US and the UK, traders are pricing in the end of the pandemic this year, and that most of the world’s economies will reopen to full capacity. That is pushing inflation expectations higher and higher, along with other things. ...

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  • FP Markets launches FP Markets Social Trading

    FP Markets Social Trading allows traders to find, follow and copy successful traders automatically. Whether you are looking to trade as a Copier or offering trading strategies as a Provider, FP Markets Social Trading ensures you stay in control.   Copy trading removes some of the complexities of trading forex and CFDs and allows customers a more accessible...

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  • HotForex starts the Road to Paris trading contest

    Leading global Forex and commodities broker HotForex gives clients and football fans the opportunity to win a once-in-a lifetime Paris Saint- Germain experience and generous cash prizes in an all new and exciting trading contest, thus further leveraging their partnership agreement with the French football giants. Join the Road to Paris trading contest to win...

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  • 3 Ways Online Tools Empower You to Start Trading

    What is one of the most powerful tools that allows you to trade without breaking the bank? INFINOX Managing Director, Jay Mawji, highlights how technology plays a critical role in helping Africans trade, and what you should look for in a trading partner. “Accessibility, accountability and affordability. These are the 3 keys to understanding how...

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  • Forex Brokers Unprofitability – February 2021

    As the year 2020 has come to end, a lot of Forex brokers have updated their traders’ unprofitability numbers as required by the ESMA regulations. Even though these numbers have to be updated by Forex/ CFD brokers on a quarterly basis, not all regulated European brokers do that regularly. However, the vast majority of brokers already refreshed their risk warning, so we can finally check the updates.  We suppose the percentage displayed by brokers includes the number of all losing accounts divided by the number of all...

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  • Oil Rally Continues, How High Will It Go?

    As of Wednesday, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil has been seeing gains for eight consecutive days, and at the time of writing is trading near 58.60 USD. Oil gained 135% in February alone, making it one of the best-performing commodities.  Last April, WTI dropped below zero with the subsequent front-month contract trading at around...

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  • 10 Gifts 2020 Gave Traders

    When we look back on 2020, we’ll probably remember COVID-19, the sudden virus outbreak that tanked markets and crashed economies. The future looked painfully uncertain, and it dramatically affected almost every aspect of our normal everyday life.  Despite the dark clouds and many weathered storms, 2020 had its share of silver linings too. For millions...

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  • Technology drives an inclusive trading market

    INFINOX Managing Director, Jay Mawji, explains that technological advancements have allowed everyday people the opportunity to trade without breaking the bank, and highlights key takeaways of what clients should be looking for in an online trading partner.  Gone are the days of being in the know and wheeling and dealing with the stressed out stock...

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  • Online broker Infinox Capital to expand in Africa after launching in Nigeria

    Infinox Capital, a global online brokerage, has announced plans to launch an African hub in South Africa and expand into key economic African countries, namely Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Tanzania and Ghana. This follows its recent launch of operations in Nigeria. According to Jay Mawji, Managing Director of Infinox Capital, the decision is attributed to the...

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  • 2021, a Fresh Start for the Markets or More of the Same?

    It’s been a roller coaster ride of a year for the financial markets, with crashes, losses, and unprecedented volatility.  West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices went negative at one point and still trail below 50 USD. The USD took a big hit, along with the GBP and EUR. The Forex market remained uncertain for most...

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