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24 03, 2014

Spread Betting IG Group’s shares surge as revenue increase

2021-01-29T20:02:34+00:00March 24th, 2014|

Shares in Britain's IG Group went up last week following the financial spread betting firm reporting a 9 % increase in the third quarter profit with its full-year revenue ahead of last year. IG's shares were up the charts 1.5 % at 639.5 pence at 1000 GMT which was among the top [...]

17 02, 2014

Financial Spreads Secures Trading Markets for the Second Consecutive Year

2021-01-21T18:52:19+00:00February 17th, 2014|

Financial Spreads, Britain's multi-asset trading firm was able to fix their spread trading and spread betting markets for the second consecutive year. By utilising the Financial Spreads platform, investors can speculate on thousands of markets such as EUR/USD, crude oil, precious metals as well as whole stock market indices. The [...]

27 01, 2014

IG Group Expands Spread Betting

2021-01-20T21:09:26+00:00January 27th, 2014|

IG Group expands its spread bets Following last year's subdued first half coupled with by more volatile market conditions, spread betting firms such as IG Group (IGG) was able to deliver an adequate and robust half-year earnings growth. After the record profitability in the second half of last year, the [...]

10 01, 2014

Forex Hedging

2014-01-10T08:06:40+00:00January 10th, 2014|

Hedging basically takes place in nearly all types of financial markets. Mostly it involves making several and multiple investments in order for potential losses from one investment van be safeguarded and insured by another investment. For instance, two companies that have largely different characteristics in terms of market presentation could [...]

1 01, 2014

Main Reason Why UK Doesn’t Tax Spread Betting – It wouldn’t be profitable

2014-01-01T07:42:12+00:00January 1st, 2014|

There was an eccentric discussion in the House of Lords regarding the taxation of financial spread betting on financial markets. Spread betting is when an investor speculates on the financial markets, and places their bet upon the future price of several financial assets such as a bond or stock. Moreover, [...]

11 12, 2013

Mitigating Risk for Clients: Trading Signals for Spread Betting and CFDs

2021-02-02T13:59:24+00:00December 11th, 2013|

Increasing the permanence of trading among retail clients is very essential for many retail FX companies. The increasing cost of procurement adds more burden to the competition for business include factors which marketing departments as well as financial accountants take very seriously. A proven method is providing indicators to traders [...]

27 11, 2013

Spread Betting – Utilising technical charts

2013-11-27T08:00:35+00:00November 27th, 2013|

Technical analysis is primarily based on the concept that historical data regarding prices can provide a better insight into the possible prices in the future. The use of technical charts can enable traders seek in determining the chances of continuing the present trend as well as the potential point at [...]

22 11, 2013

Does volatility really have an impact on trade?

2021-11-17T07:13:39+00:00November 22nd, 2013|

In the previous weeks that transpired, there had been plenty of speculation regarding the small Intraday ranges in the S&P 500 e-mini futures contract. Indeed, the volatility in the stock index futures has been suppressed recently primarily because of the three major averages that continued to achieve their all-time high. [...]

11 10, 2013

Uncertainty Regarding Debt Ceiling Encumbers on Gold ETFs

2013-10-11T07:31:11+00:00October 11th, 2013|

Physically backed gold exchange traded funds were at the weak streak this week despite the advances of uncertainty encapsulating the current government showdown. This was further elucidated by the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArea: GLD) which plummeted 0,3 % earlier this week along with the GLD is gaining 11.2 % over the course [...]

17 09, 2013

sMarket Bets on rate rise two years early

2013-09-17T07:08:11+00:00September 17th, 2013|

Recently, investors have been rather confident regarding the UK's economy and the first rise in interest came almost a year earlier than the Bank of England which was indicated in the preceding month. Market interest rate expectations recommended the bank's Monetary Policy Committee will disregard its forward guidance along with [...]

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